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Vol. X University of Maine, Orono, November, 1907 No. 3
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
For the Year Ending July 1, 1907
Reports of the Trustees, Treasurer and President
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UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
FOR THE YEAR 1907
REPORTS OF TRUSTEES, PRESIDENT AND TREASURER
SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMPANY
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
To the Honorable Governor and Executive Council of Maine:
The trustees of the University of Maine respectfully submit their
thirty-ninth annual report, with the report of the president and treas-
urer. Full and accurate information regarding the general and financial
affairs of the University will be found in the reports of President
Fellows and Treasurer Stetson.
There have been during the past year two changes in the board of
trustees ; Hon. A. J. Durgin retired at the expiration of his term in
April, and Hon. Elliott Wood died August 23d at his home in Winthrop.
Mr. Durgin was appointed in 1900. Residing in Orono, near the Uni-
versity, he was well informed regarding its history and intimately
acquainted with the students and faculty. His relations with the institu-
tion were close, and he was prompt to respond to any call made upon
him in its behalf. Hon. Elliott Wood served nearly ten years as a
trustee. During a large part of this time he was secretary of the board
of trustees and also auditor. Mr. Wood had served in both branches
of the legislature and in the Governor's Council. He had a wide
acquaintance with the people of Maine and was highly respected and
esteemed wherever known. He was deeply interested in everything
pertaining to the University, and his influence in its behalf was always
strong and helpful. He was an excellent trustee, an exemplary citizen
and a good man. Mr. Durgin was succeeded by the Hon. Samuel W.
Gould of Skowhegan, one of the ablest and most successful of the alumni
of the University. Mr. Wood's successor is the Hon. Sumner P. Mills
of Stonington. Mr. Mills was a strong friend of the University in the
last legislature. The institution is assured of efficient service from both
of these gentlemen.
There have been within the year many changes in the faculty, all of
which are referred to in the report of President Fellows. Among those
leaving the University were Prof. W. M. Munson and Prof. Gilbert M.
Gowell. Both had been connected with the University for more than
fifteen years. Prof. Munson was Professor of Horticulture. He was
an authority upon fruit culture, and the many and marked improvements
made upon the University campus, especially during the last ten years,
were largely due to his care and skill. He is now connected with the
University of West Virginia. Prof. Gowell was Professor of Animal
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Industry and had charge of the poultry experiments. He acquired a
wide reputation because of his success in these departments.
During the year the beneficial results from the expenditure of the
appropriations of the last legislature have been evident in every direc-
tion. From the appropriation of $65,000 for general purposes, many
of the urgent needs of the University have been met in whole or in part;
additional instructors have been appointed, salaries have been increased
and new equipments purchased. A central heating and power plant has
been built with the appropriation for that purpose, and is now in suc-
cessful operation. Most of the University buildings, the president's
. house and several of the fraternity houses are connected with the plant,
and the new arrangement is proving very satisfactory in every respect.
Other buildings will be connected during the ensuing year. The erec-
tion of this plant was tinder the supervision of Messrs. Haskell, Winslow
and Haines of the trustees, and President Fellows.
After giving careful consideration to the competitive plans submitted
by ten different architects for an agricultural building, the plans sub-
mitted by William Hart Taylor of Boston were selected, and the new
building will be erected the coming year upon a desirable site between
the horticultural and farm buildings. It will be constructed of red
brick with granite trimmings and slated roof, and will be built under
the supervision of a committee consisting of Messrs. Lord, Gould and
Roberts of the trustees, and President Fellows. The excavation for the
cellar has been made, and work upon the foundation and superstructure
will be commenced early in the spring. Two new chapter houses are
being built and another will be begun within a few months. When
these buildings are completed there will be nine fraternity houses on the
campus and two in the village of Orono. These eleven fraternity houses
will furnish homes for more than three hundred students, and permis-
sion to erect other similar houses will doubtless be asked for in the
immediate future. These fraternity houses have been a very important
factor in the maintenance and growth of the institution. Without them
it would have been impossible to have cared for the large number of
students who have come to the University. While they have met an
urgent need, there are objections to so many of these houses, and the
trustees are considering if a further increase in their number will be
wise or expedient. Whether or not more of these buildings shall be
erected will depend upon what action the next legislature may take
towards providing for what, in the opinion of the trustees, is at the
present time the greatest need of the institution, namely a new dormi-
tory building that shall be capable of accommodating from one hundred
and fifty to two hundred students.
The urgent needs of the departments of Physics and Chemistry for
new buildings have grown greater with the increasing number of stu-
dents. The trustees hope that a way will be found soon to meet these
The College of Law, which has kept pace in growth and success with
the other departments, is now occupying new quarters in the sixth
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story of Exchange Block, the entire top floor being used. The rooms
have been arranged to meet the requirements of this department, in
accordance with plans made by Dean Walz. These rooms have good
ventilation and ample light, and will be convenient and satisfactory until
the number of students shall exceed their capacity.
The beauty of the campus has been impaired by the trenches dug for
the laying of the pipes from the heating plants to the different University
buildings, and considerable work will be required the coming year to
restore it to its former good condition. Something over one hundred
rods of granolithic walk have been laid, taking the place of the plank
walks that have been in use for many years. More of this kind of walk
is needed and should be laid as soon as the expense can be afforded.
Reference to the elaborate report of President Fellows should be had
for information regarding some affairs of the University not considered
in this report. What he has said about "Industrial Training for.
Women," "The Support of Higher Education" and "The Mission of the
University" is worthy of the careful reading and the thoughtful consid-
eration of the friends of education and the people of the State whose
name the University bears.
The present condition of the University of Maine is such as to gratify
and encourage every one interested in its maintenance and welfare. The
University has now nearly eight hundred students, forty-two of whom
are women, and an able faculty of about one hundred members. It has
more and better buildings, larger equipments and greater facilities than
its most sanguine friends expected or dared to hope for a few years ago.
It naturally has needs that must necessarily come to a rapidly growing
institution, but these needs will be met in due time and the University
of Maine will go steadily forward with its great work as one of the
successful educational institutions of the country.
President of the Board of Trustees.
REPORT OF THE TREASURER
To the Trustees of the University of Maine:
The Treasurer has the honor to submit the following report concern-
ing the financial condition of the University, July I, 1907.
Income: of the University of Maine From July i, 1906, to
July 1, 1907.
Cash balance July 1, 1906 $9,348 88
Coburn Fund $4,000 00
Land Grant Fund 5,9*5 00
Morrill Fund 25,000 00
State 40,000 00
Student Receipts 31,758 27
Receipts of the University of Maine from Juiy i, 1906, To
July 1, 1907.
Bills payable $15,000 00
Bills receivable 760 88
Carnegie Library 40,01 1 93
Diplomas 166 63
Interest and discount 207 96
Rents 1,163 28
Sundry receipts 693 96
Total receipts $174,026 79
Expenses of the University of Maine from July i, 1906, to
July i, 1907.
Salaries $69,257 09
Agriculture (including Farm, Animal In-
dustry and Horticulture) $4,6*44 66
Bacteriology and Veterinary Science 285 05
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Biology 617 76
Civil Engineering 102 50
Electrical Engineering 320 00
Mathematics and Astronomy 20 00
Mechanical Engineering 201 59
Military Science 64 19
Physical Education 130 69
Pharmacy 11 j6
Physics 229 55
Advertising $636 95
Bills Payable . 22,500 00
Care of Buildings 1,915 20
Commencement 306 38
Commons 731 25
Freight and Express 535 83 \
Furniture and Fixtures 1,548 01
Grounds 1,642 86
Heating Buildings 4,223 14
Incidentals 175 14
Insurance 1,785 51
Library 2,282 78
Law Library 513 16
Lighting Buildings and Grounds 1,61030
Miscellaneous 2,486 07
Mt. Vernon House 369 78
Oak Hall 489 53
Postage, Printing and Stationery 794 83
Power, Heat and Light 310 78
Prizes 107 50
Office 594 51
Reading Room 107 48
Repairs 4,901 58
Scholarships 150 00
Shop 348 64
School Inspection 107 51
Track 31 46
Treasury 32 80
Trustees' Expenses 100 00
Water Supply 2,094 54
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Carnegie Library $44,695 49
Cash balance July 1, 1907 12 94
ISAIAH K. STETSON, Treasurer.
I hereby certify that I have examined the accounts of the Treasurer
and find them correctly kept and properly vouched.
S. W. GOULD, Auditor.
REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
To the Board of Trustees of the University of Maine:
The President of the University has the honor to present his sixth
annual report, covering the years 1906-1907.
CHANGES IN THE FACUI/TY
It is necessary to chronicle each year the changes which have occurred
in the teaching force. Sometimes these are few, too often they are
At the close of the college year, after commencement, Professor
Munson, for sixteen years connected with the University as Professor
of Horticulture, and Horticulturist in the Experiment Station, presented
his resignation. Professor Munson had received several important
offers of positions at various times, but did not decide to leave us
until an attractive offer was made him by the University of West
Virginia. He made his decision immediately, and entered upon his
new duties the first of July. The University of Maine has had a
faithful servant in Professor Munson, and the faculty community and
the village of Orono suffer a great loss in the absence of Professor and
Assistant Professor Lentz resigned at the end of the college year, and
has accepted a position as Professor of German in the University of
Assistant Professor Gilbert has resigned to pursue graduate work in
Agronomy at Cornell University.
Miss Florence Ballentine, tutor in Biology, after two years of suc-
cessful work, resigned at the close of the college year.
Mr. M. B. Cummings, instructor in Botany, has resigned to pursue
graduate work at Cornell University.
Mr. H. M. Shute, instructor in Romance Languages, at the middle of
the year received an offer of a similar position in Exeter Academy.
The new position demanded his presence at once, and as it was
found possible to obtain a substitute, Mr. Shute was permitted to
go. He had been connected with the University as instructor for sev-
eral years, and was a general favorite with students and faculty.
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Mr. Raymond K. Morley, instructor in Mathematics, resigned at the
end of the year to go abroad for further study.
Mr. Thomas McC. Gunn, instructor in Mechanical Engineering,
resigned at the close of the year to go into practical work.
Mr. William R. Ham, instructor in Physics, resigned to pursue
advanced study at the University of Chicago.
Mr. Ralph Seabury, instructor in Biological and Agricultural Chemis-
try, resigned to engage in mining operations in Alaska.
Mr. Harry E. Emery, instructor in Civil Engineering, resigned to go
into practical work.
Mr. M. J. Dorsey, instructor in Horticulture, resigned to accept a
position at the New York Experiment Station at Geneva, New York,
Mr. M. Hume, Bedford, instructor in Chemistry, expected to return
in the fall of 1907, but serious illness prevented him, and compelled his
A most serious loss to the State, as well as to the University, was
occasioned by the death of Chief Justice Andrew Peters Wiswell.
Justice Wiswell had been a lecturer in the College of Law of the Univer-
sity for several years, and the University was proud to have the name
of so distinguished a man on its roll of faculty. The students in the
College of Law felt honored to receive instruction from him. His
death, occurring when many years of continued activity might properly
have been anticipated, was a blow to every one.
NEW MEML'ERS OF THE FACULTY
Raymond Pearl, Ph. D., has been appointed Biologist in the Experi-
ment Station. Doctor Pearl is a graduate of Dartmouth College in
the class of 1899. He received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
from the University of Michigan in 1902. From 1903 to 1905 he was
instructor in Zoology at the University of Michigan, and spent the
following year abroad. He was research assistant of the United States
Fish Commission during 1901-1902, and received a grant for research
from the Carnegie Institution in 1904-1906.
Percy A. Campbell, M. S. A., instructor in Animal Industry, has been
made Professor of Animal Industry. Professor Campbell served a
year as instructor in the Department of Animal Industry several years
ago, and resigned to undertake an advanced course at Iowa State
College. During the past year he served again with us as instructor,,
and his conduct with the students and the public was so satisfactory that
no hesitation has been felt in making him professor in charge of the
Mintin A. Chrysler, Ph. D., has been appointed associate professor
of Botany. Doctor Chrysler came to us from Harvard University,
where he held the position of instructor in Botany. He is a graduate
of the University of Toronto in 1894. He received the degree of Doctor
of Philosophy from the University of Chicago in 1904.
Frank Macy Surface, Ph. D., has been appointed Associate Biologist
in the Experiment Station. He is a graduate of Ohio State University
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in 1904. The following year he held a fellowship at Ohio State Uni-
versity, and received the degree of M. A. in 1905. During 1905-1907 he
held a Harrison fellowship in Zoology at the University of Pennsyl-
vania, and received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1907.
Andrew Paul Raggio, Ph. D., has been made Assistant Professor in
Romance Languages. Doctor Raggio was engaged at the middle of
the year, temporarily, to replace Mr. Shute resigned. His scholarship
and experience were such that it was thought wise to engage him
regularly. Professor Raggio received the degree of Doctor of Phil-
osophy from Harvard University in 1904. He is a graduate of
the University of Texas, in the class of 1896. After his gradua-
tion from the University of Texas he spent nearly five years
abroad, studying in France, Italy and Spain. During the year
1902-1903 he was Instructor in Spanish at Simmons College; in the
year 1905- 1906 he was lecturer in Old French and Italian at Bryn Mawr
College. At the time of his appointment to the University of Maine
he was instructor in French and Spanish at the Central High School, St.
Herman Beckenstrater, M. S., has been appointed Assistant Professor
of Horticulture. Mr. Beckenstrater is a graduate of the University of
Wisconsin in the class of 1904. In 1907 he received the degree of Mas-
ter of Science from the University of Wisconsin.
James E. McClintock, B. S., has been placed in charge of the Uni-
versity Extension work in Agriculture. Mr. McClintock is a graduate
of Ohio State University, in the class of 1906. Before coming to the
University of Maine he was connected with the Bureau of Soils, United
States Department of Agriculture, at Washington.
Walter M. Curtis, B. S., has been made Assistant Professor in the
Department of Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Curtis graduated from
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the class of 1901, after
which for three years he was in the engineering department of the
Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company, of Boston. For the last three
years he has been Instructor in Mechanical Engineering at Union Col-
lege, Schenectady, N. Y.
Ernest D. Waid, B. S., a graduate of Ohio State University in the
class of 1906, has been appointed Assistant Professor of Agronomy.
Mr. Waid was Professor of Agriculture and Chemistry at Knoxville
College, Tennessee, before coming to the University of Maine.
Mr. D. J. Edwards, Assistant in Biology for the past year, has been
made instructor in Biology.
Mr. Paul L. Bean, a graduate of the University in the class of 1904,
who has been engaged in practical work since that time, has been
appointed instructor in Civil Engineering.
Mr. Robert E. Clayton, a graduate of the University in the class of
1907, has been appointed instructor in Chemistry.
Miss Gladys E. Fellows, a graduate of Wellesley College, in the class
of 1907, has been appointed instructor in Romance Languages.
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Mr. L. I. Johnstone, a graduate of the University of Maine in the
class of 1905, has been appointed instructor in Civil Engineering.
Mr. James Seymour, a graduate of the University of Michigan has
been appointed instructor in Chemistry. He was in public school work
for several years, and was for two years a graduate student and assist-
ant in Chemistry at the University of Michigan. Just before coming
to the University of Maine Mr. Seymour had been Assistant Professor
of Chemistry at the University of Oklahoma.
Mr. H. L. Sweet, a graduate of Amherst College, has been appointed
instructor in Mathematics.
Mr. W. F. Washburn, a graduate of the University of Maine in the
class of 1907, has been appointed instructor in Chemistry.
Mr. Charles S. Ridgway, a graduate of the Maryland Agricultural
College in the class of 1906, has been appointed instructor in Botany.
Mr. Ridgway has taken graduate work in Botany at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity, and previous to coming to the University of Maine was con-
nected with the Maryland Department of Forestry.
Mr. Lowell J. Reed, a graduate of the University of Maine in the
class of 1907, has been appointed instructor in Mathematics and Physics.
George E. Pearson, M. A., a graduate of Tufts College, has been
appointed instructor in English. Mr. Pearson has pursued graduate
work at Tufts College, and for three years was assistant in the Depart-
ment of History in that institution.
Mr. A. R. Lord, a graduate of the University of Maine in the class
of 1907, has been appointed tutor in Civil Engineering.
Mr. Carleton C. Murdock, a graduate of Colgate University has been
appointed tutor in Physics.
Mr. Charles H. Sampson, a graduate of the University of Maine in
the class of 1904, has been appointed tutor in Drawing.
The following is the list of degrees conferred at the last Com-
C0IXEGE 0? AGRICULTURE
Alton Arthur Austin, B. S. in Agriculture Ridlonville
Sidney Morse Bird, 2nd, B. S. in Agriculture Rockland
Caleb Edgar Slocum Burns, B. S. in Agriculture Fort Fairfield
Fred Stoddard Neville Erskine, B. S. in Agriculture. .East Boston, Mass.
Herbert Henry Green, B. S. in Agriculture Spencer, Mass.
William Freeman Schoppe, B. S., in Agriculture West Auburn
Richard Foster Talbot, B. S. in Agriculture Andover
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Edith Nora Aiken, B. A. (Latin) Brewer
William Wesley Bannister Alexander, B. S. (Chemistry) . .Everett, Mass.
Marion Balentine, B. A. (Mathematics) Orono
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John Holmes Burleigh, B. S. (English) South Berwick
Harold Milton Ellis, B. A. (English) Hingham, Mass.
James Patrick Vincent Fagan, B. S. (Chemistry) Old Town
Carlotte Nathaniel Garland, B. A. (Philosophy) Bar Harbor
Joe Kinsman Goodrich, B. S. (Economics) Skowhegan
George Parlin Goodwin, B. S. (Economics) Skowhegan
William Dickson Hall, B. S. (Germanic Languages) Rockland
Guy Edwin Hayward, B. S. (Germanic Languages) Winthrop
Alden E. Hodgkins, B. S. (Mathematics) Damariscotta Mills
Mildred Charlotte Mansfield, B. A. (Latin) Orono
Robie Lawton Mitchell, B. A. (Economics) West Newfield
Warren Morse, B. A. (Philosophy) [S. T. B., Yale, 1899] Brewer
Deane Whittier Rollins, B. A. (Economics) Farmington Falls
Edith Mabel Tate, B. S. (English) East Corinth
Arnold Washington Totman, B. S. (Economics) Fairfield
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Rex Carlton Gellerson, B. S Fort Fairfield
Arthur Nathaniel Beal, Ph. C Lisbon Falls
Carroll Curtis Butterfield, Ph. C Dover
Thomas Miles Findlen, Ph. C Caribou
Harry Colburn Riddle, Ph. C Monson
William Houston Saunders, Ph. C Deer Isle
Frank Manly White, Ph. C Vinalhaven
COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
Francis Osgood Alton, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Lynn, Mass.
Arad Thompson Barrows, B. S. in Civil Engineering Burleigh
Lucius Dwelley Barrows, B. S. in Civil Engineering Foxcroft
John Thaxter Bates, B. S. m Mechanical Engineering Calais
Ernest Daniel Bean, B. S. in Civil Engineering Haverhill, Mass.
Perry Ashley Bean, B. S. in Civil Engineering Albany
Walter Wright Black, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering. . .Beverty, Mass
Benjamin Erwin Brann, B. S. in Civil Engineering Waterville
Elwin Dresser Brawn, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Dexter
Amon Benjamin Brown, B. S. in Civil Engineering... Camden
Arno Burr Cayting, B. S. in Forestry Brewer
Francis Marsh Albee Claflin, B. S. in Chemistry .Upton, Mass.
Robert Edmund Clayton, B. S. in Chemistry Bangor
Roy Selwin Coffin, B. S. in Forestry Bangor
Bennett Robert Connell, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Houlton
Elmer Wallace Cummings, B. S. in Civil Engineering Paris
Charles Eugene Davis, B. S. in Civil Engineering Bridgton
Rosmar Styer Devereux, B. S. in Civil Engineering Castine
Edward James Druery, B. S. in Chemistry Augusta
Joseph Galland, B. S. in Civil Engineering Biddeford
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Roy Gilbert Hamlin, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Gorham, N. H.
Edward Thomas Harlow, B. S. in Civil Engineering. .... .South Brewer
John Perham Harvell, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering .. Roxbury, Mass.
Lincoln Hall Hodgkins, B. S. in Civil Engineering Bunker Hill
Franklin Pratt Holbrook, B. S. in Civil Engineering Brooks
Elmer Guy Hooper, B. S. in Civil Engineering West Lynn, Mass.
Fred Pote Hosmer, B. S. in Chemistry Rockland
Erwin Howard Hussey, B. S. in Civil Engineering Guilford
Wilbury Owen Hutchins, B. S. in Civil Engineering Orland
Ernest LaRoy Judkins, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Skowhegan
Horton Wilmot Keirstead, B. S. in Civil Engineering Oakland
Herbert Austin Knowlton, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Pembroke
Emerson Peavy Lambe, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Calais
Reginald Robert Lambe, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Calais
Carl Henry Lekberg, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering. .Worcester, Mass.
Ernest Lisherness, B. S. in Civil Engineering North New Portland
Arthur Russell Lord, B. S. in Civil Engineering Ipswich, Mass.
Karl MacDonald, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Belfast
Herman Ellis McKenzie, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering
Frank Everett Maddocks, B. S. in Civil Engineering Bluehill
Thomas Angelo Malloy, B. S. in Civil Engineering Levviston
Charles Henry Martin, B. S. in Civil Engineering Fort Fairfield
Joseph Clarence Matthieu, B. S. in Electrical Engineering. .Farmington
Joseph Farrington Merrill, B. S. in Chemistry Auburn
Max Gibson Newman, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Fryeburg
Herbert Lewis Nickels, B. S. in Civil Engineering Cherryiield
Sidney Baxter Orne, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering. .Boothbay Harbor
Harry Ellsworth Packard, B. S. in Civil Engineering East Winthrop
Alcot Johnson Pennell, B. S. in Electrical Engineering
Melrose Highlands, Mass.
Tedcastle Bigelow Perry, B. S. in Electrical Engineering. . .Island Falls
Earle Walter Philbrook, B. S. in Civil Engineering Milan, N. H.
Stephen Franklin Pierce, B. S. in Civil Engineering Windsorville
Heber Penn Purington, B. S. in Civil Engineering Jay
Raymond Alton Quint, B. S. in Electrical Engineering. . .North Berwick
Carroll Arthur Read, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Stillwater
Lowell Jacob Reed, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Berlin, N. H.
Reginald Ridge, B. S. in Civil Engineering Portland
Albert Prentiss Rounds, B. S. in Civil Engineering Bridgton
Walter James St. Onge, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Dover
Arthur Haskell Sampson, B. S. in Chemistry Gorham
Everett Halliday Stetson, B. S. in Civil Engineering Auburn
Howard Carlton Stetson, B. S. in Civil Engineering Auburn
Albert William Stevens, B. S. in Electrical Engineering. Belfast
William Elmer Stone, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering. .South Brewer
Porter LaForrest Swift, B. S. in Mechanical Engineering Norway
Charles Bucknam Tebbets, B. S. in Civil Engineering Auburn
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Ernest Leroy Toner, B. S. in Forestry Auburn
Willis Flye Washburn, B. S. in Chemistry China
Benjamin Franklin Williams, B. S. in Civil Engineering. .North Islesboro
Elmer Josiah Wilson, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Lynn, Mass.
Jesse Davis Wilson, B. S. in Civil Engineering [B. A., Bowdoin
College, 1904] Brunswick
Lester Clyde Witham, B. S. in Civil Engineering North Anson
Abel Percival Wyman, B. S. in Civil Engineering Skowhegan
Verne Jerome York, B. S. in Electrical Engineering Bangor
COLLEGE OF law
Bernard Archibald, LL. B. [B. A., Bowdoin College, 1904] Houlton
Harry Edgar Bangs, LL. B Freedom
John Buckley, LL. B Stafford Springs, Conn.
Jerome Borden Clark, LL. B West Gouldsboro
Robert William DeWolfe, LL. B Portland
John Joseph Keegan, LL. B Lubec
Edward Roy Monroe, LL. B Portland
John Franklin Moody, Jr., LL. B. [B. A., Colby College, 1900] . .Auburn
Thomas Henry O'Halloran, LL. B Marlboro, Mass.
Lawrence Swift Perry, LL. B New Bedford, Mass.
MASTER OP ARTS
Florence Balentine, B. A., 1905 (Biology) Orono
Henry Kingman Dow, B. A., 1903 (Germanic Languages) . .Mercer, Pa.
Raymond Arthur Fowles, B. A., 1905 (Philosophy)
North Attleboro, Mass.
MASTER OP SCIENCE
Edward Robie Berry, B. S., 1904 (Chemistry) Maiden, Mass.
MASTER OP LAWS
LeRoy Rowell Folsom, B. S., 1895 Norridgewock
Percival Ray Mosher, B. S., 1902 Memphis, Tenn.
Harold Vose Sheahan, B. S., 1903 Newman, N. Y.
Fred Merrill Davis, B. S, 1901 Chicago, 111.
Clifford Henry Leighton, B. S., 1904 Upper Newton Falls, Mass.
CERTIFICATES IN THE SCHOOL COURSE IN AGRICULTURE
Albert Chester Colley Denmark
Malcolm Montgomery Soule South Freeport
l6 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
The number of students for the year ending June, 1907, was 687.
The number listed in the catalog which is now in press, for the year
1907-1908, is 776, subdivided as follows: Seniors, 67; Juniors, 112;
Sophomores, 132; Freshmen, 182; Short Pharmacy, 18; Specials, 56;
Summer Term, 93; Law, 97; School Course in Agriculture, 17; Winter
courses in Agriculture, 12 ; Graduate students, 21.
Every county in the State is represented in the student body. The
smallest number of students from any county is from Sagadahoc
County, there being 7 from that county. The largest number of stu-
dents from any county is from Penobscot County, the number being
159. The second largest number is from Cumberland County, there
being 78. Every county in the State is represented in the freshman
class. The number of women students is 42.
Of the new students Maine furnishes 190; Massachusetts, 34; Ver-
mont, 1 ; New Hampshire, 5 ; Connecticut, 4 ; Rhode Island, 1 ; New York,
2; New Brunswick, 1; China, 1; Porto Rico, 1. The total from outside
Maine is 50.
The age of the oldest student in the freshman class is thirty years,
eleven months and twenty-five days ; of the youngest, sixteen years,
three months, and twenty-eight days.
Of the whole student body 617 are from Maine; 103 from Massachu-
setts ; 19 from New Hampshire ; 8 from Connecticut ; 3 from Rhode
Island ; 2 from Vermont ; 3 from New Jersey ; 10 from New York ;
1 from Ohio; 1 from Pennsylvania; 1 from Colorado; 1 from Iowa;
1 from South Carolina; 1 from Tennessee; 1 from China; 1 from New
Brunswick ; 1 from, Nova Scotia ; 1 from Ontario ; 1 from Porto Rico.
In the class entering in September, 1907, the religious membership
is as follows :
Methodist, 39; Universalist, 32; Congregational, 49; Episcopal, 16;
Unitarian, 8; Baptist, 23; Free Will Baptist, 10; Catholic, 17; Friends,
2 ; Presbyterian, 1 ; Union, 1 ; Trinity Reform, 2 ; New Jerusalem, 1 ;
COLLEGE OF law
It is very gratifying that our College of Law is attracting those who
have already taken a college course, or have taken a partial college
course. Some of the Universities in the country are beginning the
practice of requiring a college degree before the law course can be
begun. All of the law schools are endeavoring to raise their standard
of entrance, and while we have not followed the example of those who
are most extreme in this particular, it is very gratifying to find that
the students year by year are better prepared than before.
The present condition of our College of Law is given more in detail
in the accompanying paragraphs furnished by the Dean.
"The enrollment of the College of Law up to date is 97, as against
90 at the time of my report last year, November 21, 1906. These men
are classified as follows : Graduate students, 33 ; Seniors, 19 ; Juniors,
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19; First Year men, 22; Special students, 5. Of the number of new
men, exclusive of graduate students, 2 are Seniors, one of them a Yale
Law School senior formerly; 22 are First Year men, and 2 are Special
Students, or 26 in all up to date, as against 29 last year on November
The different counties of the State are represented as follows:
Androscoggin 4; Aroostook 3; Cumberland 8, (an increase of 1) ;
Hancock 6, (an increase of 3); Kennebec 3, (an increase of 1) ; Lin-
coln 1; Oxford 1; Penobscot 22, (an increase of 1) ; Piscataquis 4;
Somerset 4, (an increase of 2); Washington 3; York 8, (an increase
of 3). These figures go to show that as regards attendance at the
Law School the western counties are beginning to gain upon the central
and eastern counties of the State.
The other States of the Union are represented as follows: Massa-
chusetts 23, (an increase of 1) ; New Hampshire 2, (an increase of 1) ;
Connecticut 1 ; Vermont 1 ; New York 1 ; Colorado 1 ; South Carolina 1.
The different colleges of the country are represented in the College
of Law by 22 graduates, all holders of degrees in letters or sciences,
as against 16 last year, and as against 18 the year before. This gives
the College of Law not only the largest percentage, but also the largest
number of college graduates it has ever had. There are also two
graduates from other law schools, and one with a partial training in
law gained elsewhere. Of the college graduates, 5 are from Maine, 4
each from Bates and Colby, and 2 each from Bowdoin and Dartmouth.
All the other colleges, including Brown, Yale, and New York University,
have one representative each. This large number of college men is the
most gratifying feature of this report, not only because Maine itself
stands individually high among the number, but also because of the
fact that there are in the entering class no less than seven college grad-
uates, two each from Bowdoin and Bates, and one each from Maine,
Dartmouth, and New York University, with two men from Maine and
one from Bowdoin with a partial college training, or ten in all. If
this proportion, never before approached, can be maintained or increased,
we shall be truly happy and in the highest degree successful, for quality
is the very life and soul of a school.
At the commencement in June the degree of Bachelor of Laws was
conferred on ten members of the Senior' class, and that of Master
of Laws upon a member of the Maine State Bar, who completed the
work prescribed by the University in a satisfactory manner. Of the
graduates, all took the bar examination this summer, and all passed
without exception. 'Seven were admitted to practice in Maine, two in
Massachusetts and one in Connecticut."
COI^EGE OF TECHNOLOGY
The College of Technology continues to draw more students than the
other colleges in the University, but the proportion of gain in this college
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is not as great as in some of the other departments of the University.
There is no lack of interest, but other lines are coming forward in
The following paragraphs on the College of Technology were pre-
pared by Professor Boardman of the Department of Civil Engineering.
"The College of Technology provides instruction in Chemistry, Chemi-
cal Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Mining Engineering. The depart-
ment of Forestry, which has previously been included in this College is
now a part of the College of Agriculture.
A majority of the students registered in this College take Civil,
Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering. All engineering students, how-
ever, are required to take a minimum of one and two-fifths credits in
The course in Chemical Engineering has only recently been estab-
lished, and is therefore correspondingly small in its registration. The
outlook however for this course is excellent.
The following table shows the registration in three of the engineer-
ing departments since 1894.
TABLE SHOWING THE RELATIVE REGISTRATION SINCE 1894 OF THE
THREE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS.
The "Total in Univ." is exclusive of the College of Law, Short Courses in Agricul-
ture, and Summer Term.
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The departments of this College are in a flourishing condition, and
show a steady growth, with the exception of the Mining Engineering
course, this latter being without adequate equipment or instruction.
Students registering for this course have been forced to change into
another at the end of two years for this reason. It is to be hoped that
the State may be brought to appreciate the demand for funds necessary
to equip and sustain this branch of engineering.
During the past year an executive body, called the Engineering
Faculty, consisting of the faculty of instruction in the engineering
departments, was formed for the purpose of controlling engineering
interests and promoting the standards and efficiencies of the several
departments. As this is a rather radical movement it is perhaps too
early to give any definite statement of the efficiency of such a body.
However it is believed that the results attained will be of great benefit.
The increased appropriation has allowed a certain increase in the
amount and quality of work offered by providing more equipment, and
more and older instructors. Although there is still much to be desired
in the way of equipment, some new instruments and machines have
been added which will greatly facilitate the work. It has also been
possible to add at least a few men to the departments who have had
sufficient practical work to enable them to handle subjects which have
previously been taught by the heads of the departments, thus relieving
the latter, and allowing them to give their time where it is more needed.
It is hoped that funds will be available to continue this policy indefi-
The graduates from these courses, after obtaining employment, are
as a rule rated very favorably with those from other institutions. All
institutions are, however, constantly increasing in efficiency and stand-
ards, and if we are to keep pace with the better class, and allow our
graduates to keep their rating, we must continue to add to our equipment
and teaching force.
At the present time the most pressing need is more space to conduct
recitation and laboratory work. The building containing the chemical
laboratories is by far too crowded to promote good work. The ven-
tilation is poor, and it is not arranged according to modern principles.
The mechanical and electrical laboratories are already too small. The
drawing room space of the department of civil engineering must soon
be encroached upon by the department of drawing to provide room for
adequate instruction for engineering freshmen and sophomores."
COLLEGE OP AGRICULTURE
The College of Agriculture has maintained its rapid growth of the
preceding year, and is becoming increasingly useful to the people of the
The following paragraphs concerning the College of Agriculture were
prepared by Dean Hurd.
"The work of the departments comprising the College of Agriculture
has proceeded along the same lines as in former years. During the past
year the Four Year Agrcultural Course has been made a 30 credit
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course. The attendance in the agricultural courses continues to increase.
In June seven men graduated in the four year course, the largest num-
ber ever receiving a degree at one time, and two received certificates
in the two year school course in Agriculture.
Those receiving agricultural instruction last year are classified as
Four Year Course 32
Students from other courses taking Agriculture 9
Two Year School Course 9
Eight Weeks Winter* Course 12
Special Poultry Course 8
Farmers' Week 116
Correspondence Course 102
Total number receiving instruction 288
The Extension Lectures have been given in greater numbers than last
year and I am sure are valuable as a means of bringing the faculty in
touch with actual farming conditions and of carrying instruction to all
parts of the State.
Farmers' Week, held in March, proved a greater success than anyone
anticipated. It should be continued and the program made broader in
its scope, touching all phases of rural life.
The much needed buildings and equipment have now been provided
for. Plans for the new Agricultural Building have been made and
accepted, and the contract already let. It is expected that the building
will be ready for occupancy in September, 1908.
A farm cottage has been constructed to provide for the farm hands
to live on the University grounds. Heretofore it has been difficult to
obtain satisfactory help because of the distance of the University farm
from any convenient boarding places.
A piggery and a wagon shed have been completed, and that section
of the farm most needing it will be tile drained.
Important changes in the faculty of the College of Agriculture have
taken place during the year. Professor Gilbert M. Gowell, who for
more than twenty years has rendered such valuable service to the College
and State, resigns his duties in the College that he may devote his whole
time to private business. Professor P. A. Campbell, formerly instructor
in the Department of Animal Industry, is to succeed him.
Mr. Maxwell J. Dorsey, for the past year instructor in Horticulture,
resigns to accept a position in the New York Experiment Station at
The much called for Extension Department has been organized and
Mr. James E. McClintock, for the past two years with the Bureau of
Soils at Washington, has been engaged to carry on the work. It is
hoped that this department will be of much benefit to the farmers of the
Plans are already made for a series of practical demonstrations to
be given during the summer vacations."
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COLLEGE 01? ARTS AND SCIENCES
The following paragraphs were prepared by Dean Stevens.
"The number of students in this College, as reported in the last catalog,
was 127. It is impossible at this time to state the present registration,
but there is doubtless a material increase over that of last year. During
the past year an effort has been made to unify this department of the
University and to bring the members of its various departments into
cooperation with one another. Occasional meetings have been held, and
subjects of especial interest to this College were discussed. It is believed
that more efficient work would be done if this College were still more
definitely organized, as its scope seems to be distinct from that of the
other branches of the University.
A course of popular lectures on scientific and literary subjects was
established in the fall of 1906. The first course consisted of lectures
on general scientific subjects; those in the spring term on Greek, Latin,
French, and German literature ; those in the fall of 1907, on American
and English literature; and a course is being arranged for the coming
spring term, covering certain problems in history, sociology, and
Attention should be called to the growth of our graduate department,
which is almost entirely connected with the College of Arts and Sciences.
By a recent Faculty action the Master's degree will hereafter be con-
ferred only upon students in residence.
The Summer Term, which is a department of this College, held its
largest and most successful session in 1907. Ninety-three students were
registered, many of whom were college graduates, and all of whom
showed a decided interest in the work which was offered. It is proposed
to extend this term to six weeks in the future, and add several courses
of instruction as they may be demanded.
Directly or indirectly connected with this College are the Literati, the
Debating Club, and the Dramatic Club. These organizations have done
effective work during the past year and seem to be well organized for
work at the present time.
In connection with the Department of Education, courses are being
arranged in Latin, English, Romance Languages, mathematics, and the
natural and physical sciences, which will permit the student to specialize
in some one of these departments and at the same time avail himself of
the opportunities offered in the Department of Education. It is thought
that these courses will be of great advantage to students who are pre-
paring themselves for teachers in the academies and high schools of the
Since the last Annual Report the University has received the following
College of Agriculture
Eight samples of different kinds of fence, from the American Steel
and Wire Company.
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Two "Eli" gasoline engines, from the Moline Pump Company, Moline,
One "Miami" engine, manufactured by the Middletown Machine Com-
pany, Middletown, Ohio, from Brackett, Shaw and Lunt, of Somers-
worth, N. H.
About forty varieties of corn from various sources, for class-room use.
One Engineers' Wye Level, value $130, from Keuffel & Esser Company.
The sum of $100 to assist in equipping a cement laboratory, from the
Alpha Portland Cement Company, of Boston, Mass.
A special telephone equipment for laboratory purposes from the
Western Electric Company.
A gift of two hundred incandescent lights for laboratory use.
DEMONSTRATIONS IN AGRICULTURE
The great success of the Farming Special led to many inquiries from
various parts of the State as to whether the University would run such
a train during the past year as was run in the summer of 1906. It
seemed impracticable to follow exactly the same plan for the present
year as was used the year before, but a system of demonstrations by
members of the Agricultural faculty was inaugurated in the early sum-
mer of 1907, which will no doubt prove as valuable as the train, although
in a different way.
Announcements were made by the Dean of the College of Agriculture
that members of the Faculty of the College would be willing to meet
groups of farmers at any place and time which could be conveniently
arranged. These notices were generously printed by many of the news-
papers in the State. Inquiries soon began to be received, and arrange-
ments were made for individuals in different communities to invite as
many neighboring farmers as could be conveniently accommodated on
any one place for a certain day. One of the members of the faculty of
the College of Agriculture appeared at the appointed time with
apparatus necessary to demonstrate the work which was considered of
most importance in that locality. Such work as spraying, mixing of
fertilizers, testing of milk, was fully demonstrated in the presence of
all. Questions were freely asked and answered, and the whole day in
each instance was spent in this practical work and discussion. During
the summer of 1907 sixty-two meetings of this character were held, with
an average attendance of sixty-five, and this in the busy season for the
farmers. There is no doubt about the value of this kind of work to
those who attend the demonstrations.
There has also been an increased interest in the correspondence work
in Agriculture. About one hundred persons are pursuing regular work
by correspondence. A thoroughly capable instructor has been engaged
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to give the larger part of his time to preparing lessons in the form of
bulletins, and to answering inquiries and correcting papers.
Heating Plant — The oft repeated demand in previous reports for a
heating and power plant need not again be made. The appropriation
of the last Legislature has made possible the erection of a heating plant
which will be adequate for some years, and with one additional boiler
ought to serve for many years to come. The Building Commit-
tee appointed to provide for thte construction of the new heating
plant was, Messrs. Haskell, Winslow and Haines of the Board of
Trustees, and the President of the University. R. D. Kimball Company,
of Boston, were engaged as the engineers. The plans were drawn and
contracts let early in the summer of 1907.
Agricultural Building — The Legislature of 1907 also appropriated
$50,000 for an agricultural building. The Building Committee, consisting
of Messrs. Lord, Gould, and Roberts of the Board of Trustees, and the
President of the University, was appointed by the Board at its meeting
in June. At the present writing, February 1, 1908, the committee has
selected as architect, William Hart Taylor, of Boston. The plans and
specifications have been adopted, and the firm of George Wilbur & Son,
of Old Town, has been awarded the contract.
Dormitory — All that has been said in previous reports concerning the
need of a dormitory should be repeated. The need grows greater day
by day. The enrollment for the present year is fully one hundred above
that of last year, and while the two new chapter houses now in course
of erection will accommodate some of the increase, the necessity of a
dormitory which will accommodate fully one hundred and fifty must be
continually stated until such a building is erected.
Other Buildings — At the risk of too much repetition I must make a
statement from year to year of the buildings that are needed if we
would continue to do as good work in the future as in the past. Very
urgent needs are for a building for the Department of Physics, a build-
ing for a chemical laboratory, and an assembly hall or chapel large
enough to accommodate the student body. Some of these, together with
two or more buildings which ought to be erected and which I will men-
tion in a little more detail, might be provided by the generosity of
frends or alumni of the institution.
The two buildings referred to are a women's building where instruc-
tion in household economics may be furnished, and a building for the
social affairs of the students.
No State University should be, at the present date, without a thor-
oughly equipped women's building. Most State Universities already have
one or more buildings for this purpose. With the tremendous increase
of technical instruction for men, there should be also an increase of
technical instruction for women. The best equipment in the way of
laboratories for instruction in those lines of household economics, which
always have been and always will be in the care of women, should be
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regarded as essential to a public institution for higher instruction as
the chemical laboratory or the machine shop.
Students' Union — Many institutions have, within a few years, been
provided with a building to serve the same general purposes as the
Harvard Union serves for the students of Harvard University. It is
universally recognized that the student's life is much broader than that
of mere class-room attendance, and that his education consists quite as
much in the various student activities as in performing the tasks of the
class-room. Such a building as that provided for the Harvard Union
offers an opportunity for meeting places for the various clubs and organ-
izations, literary, musical, and athletic, which can rarely be found in
other buildings of an institution. Without some such central meeting
place there is likely to be a great lack in the sentiment of unity in the
institution. In many cases such buildings have been the gift of private
individuals. Is it too much to hope that some person interested in the
welfare and education of the youth of Maine may provide it for us in
the near future.
The need of buildings to carry on the full work of the institution is
so great that it is hard to say what buildings should come first after a
dormitory. The difficulty of finding rooms for the classes already in
existence is so great that I feel obliged to point out the necessity of a
very early provision for a class-room building to provide for those topics
which are not purely technical, such as English, the other ancient and
modern languages, History, Economics, and Mathematics.
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FOR WOMEN
The State University to attain to its highest usefulness must grapple
-with the great educational problems of the State, and if it cannot
:solve them must at least point the way toward the solution and assist
in the solution of these educational problems.
If there is one educational idea today more prominent than others, it
is that of the necessity of industrial training for the people of the
Nation. This idea has already found expression in many states. The
Industrial Commission of the State of Massachusetts is definitely study-
ing the situation, and already has plans for the establishment of schools
which shall partially meet the needs of that state.
The industrial needs of the Nation are certainly not for one sex or
one class. When it is said that industrial education is needed for the
people of the Nation, the meaning is clear that the industrial idea is the
one which needs discussion and consideration. This Nation has
become great through the growth of its industries quite as much as
through its political ideas. If it is to maintain its present important
position and to go on to greater importance, it is certain to be in the
industrial field. No clearer demonstration is needed than to call atten-
tion to the development of our railways, manufactories, and agricul-
tural undertakings of all kinds within the last quarter century.
Every state in the Union has now, through the munificence of the
general Government, supplemented by state appropriation, an institu-
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tion providing for agricultural and technical education. This instruc-
tion, however, although open to both sexes, is, in the main, adapted to
men. The development has been great in the agricultural and various
engineering lines. Our own State has made great progress in these
particulars, and is indeed doing as much at the present time as is prac-
ticable with the means at hand. It is true, however, that but one-half
the population of the State has any considerable representation in these
technical lines. The other half, the female portion of the community,
has as yet almost nothing offered specifically in the line of industrial train-
ing and opportunity. A Domestic Science department established in two
or three of the leading high schools of the State, offers all the oppor-
tunity that exists at present in this State for distinctively industrial
development for girls and women. It is obvious that if the idea is
worth consideration, vast enlargement and improvement of such oppor-
tunities must be made in the immediate future. A very large number
of State Universities, as well as privately endowed institutions, have
already begun the solution of this industrial problem for women, by
establishing fully equipped departments of household economics, domes-
tic science, etc. It is not expected that these institutions of college
grade can by any means supply the demand for education and training
in these lines, but they can do what the technical departments of the
same institutions have done to provide leaders in practical work, and
teachers in other schools of the same and more elementary grade.
Within the next few years there is sure to be a demand in the high
schools of the State of Maine, as there has been for the past few
years in most other states, for the establishment of Domestic Science
departments. Maine is insufficiently supplied with the teachers demanded
for the ordinary school subjects. If new subjects are introduced, the
teachers must be prepared. Maine teachers are already drawn upon to
supply Massachusetts and other states, and unless something is done in
the near future Maine will find herself woefully behind the other states
of New England and the western states in many lines of modern educa-
tion. I feel, then, that it is the duty of the University to find means as
soon as possible for the building and equipment of a department of
The prime purpose in this recommendation is not a mere enlargement
of the departments of the University, but a definite conviction that the
duty of the University to the people of the State is just as great in the
line suggested as it is in the already accepted lines of agriculture and
Before the last half century little attention has been paid to the sys-
tematic technical training of men in their occupations other than by mere
contact with the occupation itself. A farmer was supposed to learn all
he needed about farming by working on the farm with his father. A
blacksmith, or a tradesman of any sort, was supposed to learn all he
needed by contact with his father at the forge or the work bench. Our
modern conditions have proven conclusively that this form of training
for practical life is insufficient, and our numerous facilities for agricul-
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tural and technical training are totally inadequate to the demands now
made upon them, and these facts need no demonstration. It needs only
observation to show anyone the immensely increased productiveness of
the American man through this higher training in the arts and indus-
tries of life.
The comfort and happiness of all men depends very largely upon the
nature of the homes in which they live. The comfort, and the happiness,
and the occupation of the greater portion of the female half of the
Nation is entirely dependent upon the character of the homes which they
make for themselves and for the other half of the population. Is it any
more reasonable to expect all women to be capable of making a good
home by the mere accident of living in some kind of home than to expect
successful and scientific farmers to be so made by the mere fact of
having lived on some kind of a farm.
There should be no need to pursue this argument further. The
demand for training in Home Science and Art has already been recog-
nized in a large number of the states of the United States, and in a large
number of the educational institutions of the United States. Therefore,
it seems that the University should take the lead in this State in estab-
lishing a fully equipped department of Household Economics, in which
such subjects as the following should be studied:
Household Sanitation ; The site, surroundings, and construction of the
dwelling house, considered with reference to health; Food materials,
composition and nutritive value of foods, and the processes of manu-
facture and preparation ; Studies of dietaries ; Household economics,
including the study of materials used in the house, woods, metals,
fabrics, and the organization of a household; Adulterations of food
stuffs ; Examination and study of food products, fibres and textiles ;
Bacteriology, as related to home economics ; etc., etc.
MISSION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY
It has often been said concerning the American republic, that "our
fathers builded better than they knew." It is equally true, possibly more
emphatically true, that those who laid the foundations in our republic for
State Universities "builded better than they knew." The act which
established the so-called Land Grant Colleges, which colleges have in
many instances either grown to be the State Universities or have become
a part of the State Universities, has been adequately appreciated only in
the past half dozen years. One of the many causes for this long period
of incubation, it may be called, was the total lack of teachers for the
institutions of the new type with any considerable education differing
from the old type. Now, after about a third of a century of experi-
ment, trial, and success, all of these institutions are reasonably well
provided with faculties that understand the situation and the relation of
the public institutions to the people. This give? an opportunity for those
who direct the policies of the State Universities to drop for a moment
the details of organization, and be able to look, with broader signifi-
REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 2J
cance, at the institutions themselves. This broader significance was
necessarily obscured during the years of development and organization,
because of the multiplicity of details in the actual administration. It is
now generally recognized by the officers of administration in the State
Universities, that the purpose of the State University is not to be fully
realized when the best possible education is given to the students in
actual residence. The broader view is illustrated in the work done
throughout the State in the way of lectures, addresses, and cooperation
with various organizations and occupations. That the work of the
State University should be one of direct educational influence with all
the people, in all occupations, and of all ages, is now the ideal of the
most far seeing administrators of State Universities. It has been done
in some lines, largely agricultural, by most of these state institutions.
One State University, Wisconsin, has already entered upon the effort
to make its usefulness felt as a teacher of all the people in all lines.
A system of instruction, partly by correspondence, and partly by direct
contact with traveling instructors, has been outlined and begun. Its
details are too numerous to admit of full description in this report.
The merest reference can be made. For instance, groups of workmen
in boiler making establishments and machine shops, and groups of sta-
tionary engineers, have been organized into classes which follow regular
hours of conference and instruction by themselves, and in self-formed
classes. These classes are visited from time to time by a regularly
appointed instructor from the University, so that a complete course
may be obtained by workmen in any of these lines, while constantly
employed in their regular occupation. Arrangements have been made
with the employers so that at certain intervals these correspondence
classes may visit the University and spend a day or more in the labora-
tories for special demonstrations in such work as could not be offered
by any other means. This, perhaps, is suggestive of what may be done
through cooperation of the University with workmen in all occupations.
The same general arrangement is outlined for work with teachers
in the public schools, with men in the various professions, and with
women in home and other industries. So vast a scheme may seem at
first glance to be impossible of realization, but so much has already-
been accomplished that to those familiar with the work, it seems to be
only a matter of a short time when the University of Wisconsin will
be in personal touch with every citizen of the State who desires such con-
This inadequate reference to the work of the University of Wisconsin
has been made merely to call the attention of those who may read this
report to the possibilities of the usefulness of the University of Maine to
the people of the State of Maine.
SUPPORT OP HIGHER EDUCATION
No thoroughly equipped college or University can be properly sup-
ported from student fees. If an attempt to support an institution by-
student fees were made, the fees would necessarily be so high as to pre-
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vent all but the wealthy from attendance. This fact has been clearly
recognized in the United States.
A provision for higher education has been made by two methods;
private endowment, and appropriations from the public treasury. The
greater number of institutions in the United States of college and uni-
versity grade are supported through private endowment, supplemented
by student fees. Less than one hundred are partially or largely sup-
ported by state or national appropriation.
It has been generally recognized that the teaching profession has never
been remunerated as have the other professions and business positions,
in proportion to the amount of time and money spent in preparation
for the profession. Mr. Andrew Carnegie has in an important way
recognized these facts. In the public letter which was given to the
world, he stated that in view of the fact that teachers were in general
poorly paid, he set aside an endowment of ten million dollars for the
purpose of providing retiring allowances for the professors in higher
institutions of learning. Two classes of institutions were not included
as beneficiaries in this gift. Denominational institutions were specifi-
cally excluded. State institutions were not included, but were not
specifically excluded. A large number of colleges and universities,
supported by a private endowment and not technically under the control
of religious denominations, have been placed upon the accepted list of
the Carnegie Foundation. Many denominational institutions, or those
which have been generally so recognized, have had their charters modi-
fied to conform with the conditions outlined in Mr. Carnegie's deed of
gift to the Foundation. The State Universities have not as yet been
placed upon the accepted list of the Carnegie Foundation. It is gen-
erally recognized that the work of the State Universities is of the same
general character in most respects as that in the endowed institutions,
and it is also recognized that the faculties of the State Universities
labor under essentially the same conditions as those in other institu-
tions. It is obvious therefore, that the institutions which have been
recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as time goes on will have a great
advantage over the state institutions in the securing and retaining of
desirable and well trained men for professorships, unless some similar
or adequate provision is made for the faculties of State Universities.
The National Association of State Universities has carefully considered
this whole matter, and has represented the facts to the Trustees of the
Carnegie Foundation. The committee appointed by the Association to
present these facts, was composed of the President of the University of
Wisconsin and the President of the University of ♦ Maine. As yel^no
-definite result has been reached.
THE LENGTH OF THE COURSES IN TECHNOLOGY
It has been observed that the students in the College of Technology
tend more and more to elect technical subjects, and neglect cultural sub-
jects. This tendency is by no means confined to the University of
REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 29
Maine. It is a general tendency all over the country. The necessity
for technical men to have a liberal as well as a technical education is
more generally recognized than heretofore, and administrative officers in
many institutions have been for some time struggling with the problem.
As pertinent to the case, I desire to quote a paragraph from the
last annual report of President Schurman of Cornell University. "And
the modern engineer, if he is to be truly educated, needs a training
broader than physical science and technical study. He too, because he
is a man, needs the culture of the humanities — that liberalizing and
expansion of mind which comes from the study of literature, history
and philosophy. This, however, he can no longer secure in a four
years technical course. With the constant increase of professional sub-
jects rendered necessary by the advance of engineering science and the
practice of modern engineering, the curriculum of the four years course
has grown more and more technical, and less place than ever now
remains for any of the liberal arts. The result is that, all over the
country, men are graduating in the engineering courses with an ignor-
ance of literature, history, and the other liberal arts so dense that no
proficiency in science and technology can save them from the charge of
being uncultured, especially, when, as so often happens as a necessary
result of their limited reading of literature, they are unable to express
themselves, either in speech or writing, in correct English prose."
President Schurman's suggestion is well worthy of consideration by
trustees and faculty in other institutions giving similar work. His
suggestion, in substance, is that one year be added to the course in the
college of technology ; that the first two years be entirely given to college
work in languages, literature, history, etc., before the students enter
upon their technical work. It is probably too soon to recommend such
a change in the University of Maine at present, but the conditions exist
here as elsewhere, which point to the necessity of considering some radi-
cal changes in the not distant future.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES
An asterisk (*) indicates deceased, and a dagger (t) indicates not'
Gould, Benjamin Flint, C. E., Hollister, Calif.,
Hammond, George Everett, C. E., Eliot,
Chief Clerk, Department of Yards and Docks, U. S. Navy Yard,
Portsmouth, N. H.
Haskell, Edwin James, B. S., Westbrook,
Hilliard, Heddle, C E., Old Town,
Thomas, Eber Davis, B. S., R. F. D. 9, Box 14, Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Weston, George Omer, B. S., R. F. D. No. 2, Madison,
Eaton, Russell William, C. E., Brunswick, .
Agent, Cabot Manufacturing Company.
Hamlin, George Herbert, C. E., Orono,
Holt, Fred William, C. E, 130 Prince William St., St. John, N. B.,
Civil and Hydraulic Engineer. Arbitration and Legal Cases.
Oak, John Marshall, B. S., Bangor,
Postmaster, Bangor Postoffice.
* Reed, Charles Emery, C. E.
Scribner, Frank Lamson, B. S., Washington, D. C,
United States Department of Agriculture.
Thayer, Harvey Bates, B. S., Presque Isle,
* Allen, William Albert, C E.
* Balentine, Walter, M. S.
* Gerrish, William Herbert, B. S., M. D.
CATALOG 01' GRADUATES 31
Gurney, John Irvine, B. S., Highland St., Dorchester, Mass.,
Hunter, Rodney David, B. S., 535 25th St., Oakland, Calif.,
Ramsdell, Louise Hammond, B. S., R. F. D. No. 1, Sebec Station.
(Mrs. Milton D. Noyes.)
Bates, Solomon Wheaton, C. E., First National Bank Building, Portland,
Bumps, Wilbur Allerd, C. E., M. D., M. S., Dexter,
* Clapp, Samuel Hervey, C. E.
Coburn, Lewis Farrin, C. E., Yreka, Calif.,
Lawyer; City Attorney; President Elk Creek Mining Co.
Colesworthy, Charles Franklin, B. S., Pendleton, Oregon,
* Durham, Charles Frederick, C. E.
Goodale, Alfred Montgomery, B. S., 40 State St., Boston, Mass.,
Treasurer, Boston Manufacturing Company.
Hitchings, Edson Forbes, C. E., M. S., Waterville,
Jordan, Whitman Howard, M. S., Sc. D., LL. D., Geneva, N. Y.,
Director, New York Agricultural Experiment Station.
Mayo, Edward Dolliver, M. E., 2015 Elliot Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.,
Chief Engineer, Barnett & Record Company.
Mitchell, Albert Eliphalet, M. E., 12 St. Ronans Terrace, New Haven,
Manager, Purchases and Supplies of N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. ;
C. N. E. R. R.; New England Steamship Co.; Rhode Island
Mitchell, Allen Gilmore, C. E., Pittsburg, Pa.,
Superintendent (Monongahela Division), Pennsylvania R. R.
* Moore, Fred Lamson, B. S.
Rogers, Luther Woodman, B. S., 27-29 Garnett St., Atlanta, Ga.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
Sewall, Minot Wheelwright, Rosselle, N. J.,
With the Babcock and Wilcox Co., 85 Liberty St., New York
City, N. Y.
Shaw, George Moore, C. E., 069 Broadway, Oakland, Calif.,
Lawyer, firm of Johnson & Shaw.
Southard, Louis Carver, M. S., LL. D., 601 Tremont Building, Boston,
Lawyer; Lecturer, University of Maine College of Law.
Webb, Wesley, M. S., Dover, Del.,
Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture.
♦Work, Edgar Alexander, C. E.
32 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Abbott, Edmund, B. S., M. D., 148 Broadway, Providence, R. I.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Allen, Charles Plummer, B. S., Presque Isle,
Beckler, Elbridge Harlow, C. E., 1838 Aldine Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Director, Winston Bros. Company, Railroad Contractors.
Bisbee, Fred Milton, C. E., La Junta, Colorado,
Engineer, Western Grand Division, Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe Railway Company.
Blanding, Edward Mitchell, B. S., Bangor,
Editor and Publisher, Maine Industrial Journal.
*Brainerd, Charles M., B. S.
* Buker, George Haskell, B. S.
Cowan, Florence Helen, B. S., 28 Pond St., Lynn, Mass.
Crosby, Oliver, M. E., St. Paul, Minn.,
President and Engineer, American Hoist & Derrick Co.
*Cyr, Vetal, B. S.
* Dike, James Edward, C. E.
* Dike, Willis Oliver, B. S.
Estabrooke, Horace Melvyn, M. S., M. A., Orono,
Professor of English, University of Maine.
Farrington, Arthur Manly, B. S., D. V. M., 1436 Chapin St., Washington,
Veterinarian, Assistant Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry,
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Foss, George Obed, C. E., Missoula, Mont.,
Railway Contractor, Firm of G. O. Foss & Co.
Haines, William Thomas, B. S., LL. B., LL. D., Waterville,
Hamilton, Harry Fairfield, B. S., D. M. D., 125 Marlboro St., Boston,
* Haskell, Newell Prince, B. S.
How, Edward Stevens, M. E., Baltimore, Md.,
Chief Clerk, Light House Inspector's Office.
Hubbard, Philip Wadsworth, B. S., 438 West 33rd St., Los Angeles,
Jones, Samuel Messer, M. E., 35 Wilcox St., Springfield, Mass.,
Lewis, Albert August, B. S., Gorham,
Pastor School St., M. E. Church.
*Long, Herbert Augustine, M. E.
Lothrop, Luther Ramsdell, C. E., San Bernardino, Calif.,
Engineer, Arrowhead Reservoir Company.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 33
Martin, Nelson Hussey, B. S., Fort Fairfield,
Oak, Charles Edson, M. E., Bangor,
Vice President and General Manager, American Realty Co.
Parks, George Daniel, C. E., Lafayette, Indiana,
Lawyer; County Attorney, Tippecanoe County.
Peirce, Hayward, B. S., Frankfort,
General Granite Business.
Reed, Frank Radford, C. E., 60 Franklin St., Rumford Falls,
Assistant Engineer, Rumford Falls Power Company.
Reynolds, Henry Jones, B. S., Ridlonville,
Rogers, Charles Wilson, M. E., 25th Place and Stewart Ave., Chicago,
Secretary, New York Blower Company.
Stevens, William Lewis, M. E., 827 Guaranty Loan Building, Minne-
Exporter of Flour.
Williams, John Howard, B. S., 516 14th Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.,
Blackinton, Alvah DeOrville, C. E., 303 Coal Exchange, Scranton, Pa.,
Treasurer & Secretary, Consumers' Ice Company; Vice Presi-
dent Scranton Whetstone and Abrasine Wheel Co. ; Treasurer,
Mogollon Mountain Investment Co.
* Burns, Robert Bruce, C. E.
Dakin, Eugene Herbert, B. S., 186 Exchange St., Bangor,
General Manager, The S. L. Crosby Co.
Danforth, Edward Franklin, B. S., LL. B., Skowhegan,
Elkins, Augustus Jerome, B. M. E., 31 Chamber of Commerce, Minne-
Bookkeeper, Minnesota & Western Grain Company.
Emery, Alicia Towne, B. S., Orono.
Gould, Samuel Wadsworth, B. S., Skowhegan,
* Lunt, Joseph Cony, B. C. E.
Phillips, Fred Foster, B. S., 5 Mabel St., Portland.
* Shaw, Samuel, B. M. E.
Stevens, Thomas Jefferson, B. M. E., 22 Lake St., Auburn,
Stone, Frank Pierce, B. S., 143 Main St., Norway,
t Sturgis, George Eugene, B. C. E.
Towne, Charles Elmer, B. C. E., Pine, Elmore Co., Idaho,
Mining and Stock Grower; U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
34 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
t Webster, Ivan Eldorus, B. S.
Weeks, Nellie Estelle, B. S-, Orono.
(Mrs. Llewellyn Spencer.)
Weeks, James Walter, B. M. E., Castine,
* Brown, Emma, B. S.
(Mrs. Charles Gilman.)
Caldwell, Andrew James, B. M. E., Newburgh, N. Y.
Chamberlain, Cecil Culvert, B. S., Enderlin, N. D.,
Fernald, George Everett, B. C. E., Wilmette, 111.,
Heald, James, B. S., Orono.
Locke, John, B. S., 238 St. John St., Portland,
Chief Clerk, General Freight Dept., Maine Central R. R.
Oakes, Frank Judson, B. C. E-, care H. R. Worthington, 114 Liberty St.,
New York City, N. Y.,
Patterson, John Cameron, B. C. E., care of G. N. Ry. Co., St. Paul,
Prin. Asst. Engineer, Great Northern Railway Co.
t Tripp, Winfield Eastman, B. C. E., LL. B.
Walker, Edward Colby, B. S., Bridgton,
Webster, Otis Colby, B. S., Bowditch, Webster Co., Augusta,
Bean, Harry Percy, C. E., Campbell, Calif.,
Manager of Prune Orchards.
* Blake, Edward Josiah, C. E.
Crosby, Simon Percy, B. S., Braham, Minn.,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Cutter, John Dana, B. S., M. D., Tomahawk, Wis.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Decker, Wilbur Fisk, M. E., Andrus Building, Minneapolis, Minn.,
Vice President, St. Anthony Falls Bank.
Decrow, David Augustus, B. C. E., Member American Society of
Mechanical Engineers, Member Engineers Society of Western New
York, Buffalo, N. Y,
Secretary and Chief Engineer, Holly Manufacturing Co.; Chief
Engineer, Snow Steam Pump Works, Buffalo, N. Y.
t Ferguson, Willis Edwin, B. S.
Gibbs, Charles Wingate, C. E., Chilcoot, Calif.,
Superintendent for the Utah Construction Co.
CATALOG OI< GRADUATES 35
Gould, Annie May, B. S., 42 Wright St, Manila, P. I.
(Mrs. Loomis F. Goodale.) y
* Holt, Nellie Maud, B. S.
* Kidder, Frank Eugene, C. E., Ph. D.
Libby, Mark Dunnell, B. C. E., El Reno, Oklahoma,
*Loring, Charles Sewall, B. M. E.
Merrill, George Perkins, M. S., Ph. D., U. S. National Museum, Wash-
ington, D. C,
Head Curator, Department of Geology.
Meserve, John William, B. M. E., 227 Union St., Schenectady, N. Y,
Engineering Dept, American Locomotive Co.
t Moore, Arthur Lee, B. S.
Morse, Charles Adelbert, C. E., 827 Harrison St., Topeka, Kansas,
Potter, Frederick David, B. M. E., 39 Cortlandt St., New York, N. Y.,
Engineer, National Superheater Co.
* Shaw, Alton Jhacellous, B. M. E.
Vinal, Percia Ann, M. S., Orono.
(Mrs. Albert White.)
Warren, George Otis, B. S., Fryeburg,
Webster, Herbert, B. S., Jackson P. O., Howkan, Alaska.
* Atwood, Horace Ward, B. S.
Bartlett, James Monroe, M. S., Orono,
Chemist in Maine Agricultural Experiment Station.
Brown, Albert Hinckley, B. S, Old Town,
Davis, Marcia, B. S., 337 South Fifteenth St., Denver, Colo.
(Mrs. Joseph D. Stevens.)
t Elliott, Fred Burton, B. S.
* Farrington, Sarah Perkins, B. S.
(Mrs. George P. Merrill.)
Fernald, Charles Wilbur, B. S., South Levant,
Fickett, Fred Wildon, M. S., Galveston, Texas,
Lufkin, George William, C. E., 618 Main St., Coastville, Pa.,
Civil Engineer, Parkesbury Iron Co., Parkesbury, Pa.
Mansfield, Frank Albert, M. S., B. D., Westfield, Mass,
Matthews, Anna Amelia, B. S, Stillwater,
Murray, Henry Wilson, B. C. E., Napa, Calif, F. V. Road.
tPatten, Franklin Robert, C. E.
36 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Pease, Charles Truman, B. S., LL. B., Montrose, Colo.,
Project Engineer, Reclamation Service, U. S. Geological Survey.
Purinton, James Frank, B. A., 1043 Washington St., Bath,
Clerk, Railway Mail Service.
Andrews, Henry Harris, M. E., Callaway, Neb.
Brown, Henry William, B. S., M. S., Literary Institution, New Hamp-
ton, N. H,
Vice Principal, and Department of Science.
Buck, Clara Louise, B. S., Eureka, Calif.,
(Mrs. Thomas W. Hine.)
Colburn, Fanny Eliza, B. S., 2404 Capitol Ave., Omaha, Neb.
(Mrs. Arthur L. Fernald.)
Farrington, Edward Holyoke, M. S., 315 Mills St., Madison, Wis.,
Professor of Dairy Husbandry, University of Wisconsin.
Farrington, Oliver Cummings, M. S., Ph. D., Field Museum of Natural
History, Chicago, 111.
Curator of Geology, Field Museum of Natural History.
Fogg, Charles Henry, B. C. E., Greensburg, Pa.,
Civil and Mining Engineer.
Ingalls, Aldana Theodore, B. C. E., 418-420 Overland Building, Boise,
* Johnson, Robert John, B. C. E.
Libby, Clara Alice, B. S., 221 Water St., Augusta.
Mclntyre, Horace Flanders, M. E., Waldoboro,
Pension and Claim Agent.
Moor, Charles Lincoln, B. C. E., Hartland,
Bookkeeper, Linn Woolen Company.
* Murray, Benjamin Franklin, B. C. E.
Osborn, Edwin Winthrop, B. C. E., Care Northern Pacific Railway
Company, St. Paul, Minn.,
Pease, Oscar Leroy, B. S., Tucson, Ariz.,
Train Dispatcher, S. P. R. R.
Plaisted, Harold Mason, M. E., American Steel Foundries, Granite City,
* Assistant Mechanical Engineer.
Ring, Alice Isabel, B. S., Orono.
(Mrs. C. J. Dunn.)
Ring, Mary Lillian, B. S., Callaway, Neb.
(Mrs. H. H. Andrews.)
* Smith, Roscoe Loring, B. S.
Sturtevant, George Washington, B. C. E., 1208 Fisher Building, Chicago,
Consulting Engineer, Hydraulic and Municipal.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 37
Wade, Frank Swan, B. S., M. D., New Richmond, Wis.,
Physician and Surgeon; Attending Physician to the St. Croix
County Asylum for the Insane.
* White, Walter Adelbert, B. C. E.
* Wilson, John Barrows, B. S.
Wyman, Levi Augustus, B. C. E-, South Pasadena, Calif.,
Real Estate Lawyer.
Bickford, Charles Swan, B. S., Belfast,
Secretary, The Swan and Sibley Company, Jobbers of Grain and
Boynton, Jacob Leighton, B. S., 12 University Terrace, Lynn, Mass.
Browne, Charles Weston Hopkins, B. M. E., Takoma Park, D. C,
U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
Buzzell, Stephen Jennings, B. C. E., Box 70, Old Town,
Civil Engineer, City Engineer, Old Town; Superintendent
Penobscot Lumbering Association.
Dunton, Oscar Howard, M. E., M. D., Circleville, Ohio,
Physician and Surgeon.
Flint, Walter, M. E., Port Deposit, Md.,
Supervising Engineer, Jacob Tome Institute; Member Ameri-
can Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Fuller, George Ripley, B. S., South West Harbor,
Garland, Charles Clinton, B. S., Debsconeag, (May 15 to Dec. 15), Old
Town (Dec. 15 to May 15),
Manager, Debsconeag Outing Camps.
Gould, Joseph French, B. S., Old Town,
Hine, Thomas Walton, B. S., Eureka, Calif.,
Howard, Will Russell, B. S., Farmington, N. H.,
Principal, High School.
Hurd, Alonzo L., B. S., M. D., Somers, Conn.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Keith, Alfred Justin, B. C. E., Old Town,
Boot and Shoe Dealer.
Kimball, Frank Issacher, C. E., Irwin, Pa.,
Patten, James Herbert, B. S., M. D., Amherst,
Physician and Surgeon.
Reed, Frederick Martin, B. M. E., M. T. D. & M. Co., New Bedford,
Mechanical Engineer, Morse Twist Drill & Machine Co.
t Snow, Gleason Cyprian, B. S.
Starrett, Avery Palmer, B. S., Warren,
Market Gardener; Statistical Correspondent U. S. Department
of Agriculture for Knox County.
$8 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE)
Todd, Frank Herbert, B. C. E., El Paso, Texas,
* Webster, Eben Crowell, B. S.
Wight, Willard Alberto, B. C. E., Las Animas, Colorado, Box 207,
Woodward, Daniel Carr, M. E., 79 Vine St., Saugus, Mass.,
Designer with General Electric Company.
Cain, James Henry, B. S., Orono.
Cilley, Jonathan Vernet, B. C. E., Dr. Eng'g, Cruz del Eji, Prov. of
Cerdoba, Argentina, S. A.,
General Manager, Ferro-Carril Argentine del Norte.
Emery, Frank Edwin, B. S., M. S., Room 812, 41 Park Row, New York
City, N. Y.,
Manager,, Emery's School Agency; Eastern Agent, San Marcas
Rubber Plantation Co.
Fernald, Arthur Liddell, B. S., 2404 Capitol Ave., Omaha, Neb.,
Agent, The American Thread Company of New York and
* Kelleher, Bartholomew Patrick, B. S., M. D.
Merrill, Lucius Herbert, B. S., 14 Bennoch St., Orono,
Professor of Biological and Agricultural Chemistry, University
of Maine, and Chemist in the Agricultural Experiment Station.
Michaels, Janie Chase, M. S., btillwater.
Mullen, Charles Ward, B. C. E., Bangor,
Patten, Truman Miller, B. C. E., Glasgow, Mont,
Register of U. S. Land Office.
Powers, Harry Wilson, B. S., 45 Armandine St., New Dorchester, Mass.,
Real Estate Agent, No. 1 Hancock St., Boston, Mass.
Putnam, Charles Edgar, B. C. E., Jamaica Plain, Mass.,
Engineer, Park Dept, Boston, Mass.
Robinson, Lewis, Jr., B. M. E., M. D., Carmel,
Sutton, George Arthur, B. C. E., Orono,
Taylor, Levi William, B. S., M. S., Waverly, Iowa,
Foreman, Waverly Electric Light and Power Co.
Allen, George Herman, B. S., 191 Middle St., Portland,
Lawyer; U. S. Appraiser, District of Portland.
* Burleigh, Will Hall, B. C. E.
* Conroy, Mary Frances, B. Sv
(Mrs. A. R. Saunders.)
Cutter, Leslie Willard, B. C. E., Bangor,
Contractor and Builder.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 39
Fernald, Harriet Converse, M. S., 1309 Mallon Ave., Spokane, Wash.
(Mrs. John A. Pierce.)
* Hatch, Elmer Ellsworth, B. S.
Hill, John Edward, C. E., Anoka, Minn.,
City Engineer, Anoka, Minn. ; County Surveyor Anoka County.
Kelley, Joseph Grant, C. E., Chamber of Commerce, Portland Oregon,
Ladd, Edwin Fremont, B. 3., Agricultural College, Fargo, N. Dak.,
Professor of Chemistry, North Dakota Agricultural College;
Chemist in Experiment Station ; Food Commissioner for
North Dakota ; Editor of the North Dakota Farmer and Sani-
tary Home ; President of Association of State and National
Food and Dairy Departments.
Lunt, Charles Sumner, B. C. E., Rochester, N. Y.,
C, S. Lunt & Co., Bankers & Brokers.
Stevens, Fred Leroy, B. S., V. S., 34 Winter St., Bangor,
Veterinary Inspector, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Webber, William, M. E., 889 South Sawyer Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Designer and Inventer, at McCormick Works, Intl. Harv. Co.
Chamberlain, George Walter, M. S., 29 Hillside Ave., Maiden, Mass.,
Member New England Historic Genealogical Society; Book
Editor and Collaborator of History and Genealogy.
Dole, Asher, B. C. E., Suffolk, Va.,
Resident Engineer, Tidewater Railway.
t Dutton, Orion Jesse, B. S.
Fernald, Henry Torsey, M. S., Ph. D., Amherst, Mass.,
Professor of Entomology, Massachusetts Agricultural College
and Associate Entomologist, Massachusetts Experimenr Sta-
Goodridge, Elmer Orlando, M. E., 148 E. Foster St., Melrose, Mass.,
Master Mechanic, Boston Rubber Shoe Co., Maiden, Mass.
Hanscom, George Loring, B. S., Jacksonville, Fla., 222 West Church St.,
Pastor of Union Congregational Church.
Hart, James Norris, C. E., M. S., Orono,
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy; Dean of the Univer-
sity, University of Maine.
Hull, Frank Eugene, C. E., Warren.
Keyes, Austin Herbert, B. C. E., Ph. D., Dover, N. H.,
Superintendent of Schools.
Morey, William, Jr., B. C. E., 788 Broadway, New York City, N. Y.,
Editor Department of Engineering and Machinery, Encyclopedia
Moulton, Joseph Perkins, B. S., Canaan Four Corners, N. Y.,
Head Farmer at the Berkshire Industrial Farm.
4<3 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE:
Paine, Leonard Gregory, M. E., 1017 Pennsylvania Building, Philadel-
Philadelphia Manager, Standard Plunger Elevator Co.
t Pennell, Elmer Ellsworth, B. M. E.
Riggs, Louis Warner, B. M. E., Ph. D., First Ave. and 28th St., New
York City, N. Y.,
Chemist, and Instructor in Chemistry, Cornell University Medi-
Russell, Fremont Lincoln, B. S., V. S., Orono,
Professor of Biology, University of Maine, and Veterinarian of
the Agricultural Experiment Station.
Allan, Bert John, B. C. E., Middleboro, Mass.,
Ayer, Josiah Murch, C. E., Hotel Hamlet, Somerville, Mass.,
Assistant Engineer, Boston Elevated Railway.
t Barker, George Greenleaf, B. M. E., Moline, 111.,
Salesman, Williams, White & Co.
Black, George Fuller, C. E., Portland,
Superintendent, Mountain Division, Maine Central R. R.
Blagden, John Decker, B. C. E., Weather Bureau, Memphis, Tenn.,
Observer, U. S. Weather Bureau.
French, Heywood Sanford, C. E., Newtonville, Mass.,
Boston Representative, J. W. Bishop Co., Essex Bldg., 683 Atlan-
tic Ave., Boston.
Graves, Edwin Dwight, C. E.
Jones, Ralph Kneeland, B. S., Orono,
Librarian, University of Maine.
Lenfest, Elmer, B. C. E., Snohomish, Wash.,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor; U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor; *
County Surveyor, Snohomish County.
Lockwood, James Frederick, M. E., 126 West 18th St., New York City,
Manager, Security Elevator Safety Company.
Lull, George Frederick, M. S., Randolph, N. Y.,
Soda and Sulphite Fiber Expert.
Merriam, Willis Henry, B. C. E., South 358 Coeur d'Alene St., Spokane,
Lawyer, 339 Rookery Building.
Merritt, Elmer Ellsworth, M. E., Dover, Colo.,
Postmaster, and Ranching.
Page, Arthur Dean, C. E., Chicago, 111.,
Principal Assistant Engineer, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
Ray, Irving Burton, B. C. E., 167 Cambridge St., Boston, Mass.,
CATALOG OF GRADUATES
Twombly, Sidney Smith, B. S., D. V. S., San Luis Obispo, Calif.,
Instructor in Chemistry and Agriculture, California Polytechnic
Burleigh, John Henry, B. C. E., 93 Main St., Waterville,
Cilley, Luis Vernet Prince, B. C. E., Civil Engineer, 59 Calle Rivadona,
San Isadore, Prov. Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, S. A.
Clark, Bertrand Elmer, M. S., Bar Harbor,
Coffin, Edwin Voranus, B. C. E., Harrington,
Colby, David Wilder, B. S., Skowhegan,
Superintendent of Schools.
Hicks, Alice Albur, M. S., Portland,
(Mrs. George F. Black.)
* Lazell, James Draper, B. M. E.
*McNally, Henry Allan, B. C. E.
Mason, Charles Ayres, B. C. E., Tucson, Ariz.
Merrill, Fenton, B. C. E., Acme, Wash.,
Saunders, Addison Roberts, M. E., Z&2 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass.,
Sears, Cassius Almon, B. C. E., Goldfleld, Nevada, Box 1925.
Stevens, Charles Hildreth, B. M. E., 511 Summer St., West Lynn, Mass.,
Commercial Dept., Lynn Gas and Electric Co.
Sturtevant, Charles Fremont, C. E., 1208 Fisher Building, Chicago, 111.,
Civil and Hydraulic Engineer.
Trask, Frank Ellsworth, C. E., 421-425 Laughlin Bldg., Los Angeles,
Vose, Charles Thatcher, B. C. E., 238 St. John St., Portland,
Assistant Civil Engineer, Maine Central R. R.
*Webb, Howard Scott, M. E., E. E.
Williams, John Sumner, B. S., LL. B., Guilford,
Andrews, Hiram Bertrand, B. C. E., 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass.,
Member American Society Civil Engineers, Engineer for Simp-
son Bros. Corporation.
* Batchelder, George Stetson, B. M. E.
Blanchard, Charles DeWitt, B. C. E., Old Town.
Boardman, John Russell, B. S., 3 West 29th St., New York City, N. Y.,
County Work Secretary International Committee, Young Men's
Brick, Francis Stephen, M. S., Uxbridge, Mass.,
Superintendent of Schools for Uxbridge and Douglas.
42 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Butler, Harry B. S., M. D., Bangor,
Campbell, Dudley E., C. E., 7 Gardiner St., Newport, R. I.,
Principal of Coddington School.
Eastman, Fred Langdon, M. E., 158 Highland Ave., Wollaston, Mass.,
Electrical Assistant to Inspector of Equipment, Fore River Ship-
* Elwell, Edward Henry, B. S.
Hancock, William Jerome, M. S., Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn,,
Teacher of Chemistry, Erasmus Hall High School.
Hatch, John Wood, M.S., 119 Somerset St., Bangor,
Clergyman, Presiding Elder of Bangor District, East Maine
Howes, Claude Lorraine, M. E., 414 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass.,
New England Agent for Benj. F. Kelley & Son, Hussey McCanra
& Co. ; Treas., Franklin Howes Medicine Co.
Lincoln, Harry Foster, B. S., M. E., Grand Falls, Newfoundland,
Superintendent Construction, Anglo Newfoundland Develop-
Lord, Thomas George, M. S., Skowhegan,
Marsh, Ralph Hemenway, B. S., M. D., Guilford,
* Miller, Seymour Farrington, B. C. E.
Philbrook, William, B. C. E., Greene,
* Rogers, Seymour Everett, B. M. E.
Seabury, George Edwin, B. M. E., no North Pine Ave., Albany, N. Y.,.
Superintendent, Rathburn, Sard & Co., Stove Manufacturers.
Small, Frank Llewellyn, B. M. E., 177 Linden Ave., Hampton, Va.,
* Smith, Frank Adelbert, C. E.
Wilson, Nathaniel Estes, M. S., 123 Maple St., Reno, Nevada,
President of Dalton, Clifford and Wilson Co.
* Briggs, Fred Percy, B. S.
Cushman, Charles Granville, B. M. E., North Bridgton,
Edgerly, Joseph Willard, B. C. E., Princeton,
Farmer; County Commissioner.
Ferguson, Jeremiah Sweetser, M. S., M. D., 330 West 28th St., New-
York City, N. Y.,
Physician; Instructor in Histology, Cornell University Medical
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 43
Freeman, George Gifford, B. S., Cherryfield,
Attorney at Law, and Insurance Agent.
Gay, George Melville, B. S., 51 Windsor St., Springfield, Mass.,
Haggett, Eben Raymond, B. S., 1101-1102 American Building, Baltimore,
Secretary and General Manager, J. S. Hoskins Lumber Co.
Leavitt, Nellie Louise, B. S., Skowhegan.
(Mrs. Fred R. Hill.)
Reed, John, B. C. E., care of J. G. White & Co., 43-49 Exchange Place,
New York, N. Y.,
t Reed, Nellie Waterhouse, B. S.
(Mrs. Edwin R. Jordan.)
* Stevens, Fred, B. M. E.
Vickery, Gilbert Scovil, B. C. E., 405 South 13th St., Harrisburg, Pa.,
Chief Draftsman, Frog & Switch Dept, Pennsylvania Steel Co.,
* White, Mark Elmer, B. C. E.
Wilson, Mott Frank, B. S., Essex St., Bangor,
Andrews, Franklin Orris, B. M. E., Willoughby, Ohio,
Mechanical Engineer, The Acme Machinery Co., Cleveland, O.
Babb, George Herbert, B. M. E., 79 Concord St., Woodfords,
Principal of Walker Manual Training School, Portland.
Bird, John, B. M. E., Camden,
General Manager, Camden Anchor, Rockland Machine Co.
* Blackington, Ralph Harvey, B. S.
Bowden, George Irving, B. C. E., Hingham, Mass.,
Principal Horace Mann High School, Everett, Mass.
Clark, Hugo, C. E., Suite 9, Columbia Bldg., Bangor,
Lawyer. Resident Lecturer on Equity Pleading and Practice,
University of Maine College of Law.
* Coffin, Alphonso John,. B. S.
Croxford, Walter Everett, B. M. E., 170 Van Vranken Ave., Schenectady,
Draftsman for General Electric Company.
Dow, Fred Todd, B. M. E., Bangor,
Consulting and Designing Engineer.
Drew, Albert Wilson, B. M. E., West Collingswood, N. J.,
Secretary, West Collinswood Improvement Company, Local
Agent for same.
Dunton, Harris Drummond, B. M. E., 46 Robinson St., Schenectady,
Draftsman, General Electric Company.
44 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Farrington, Horace Parker, B. M. E., 1436 Chapin St., N. W., Washing-
ton, D. C,
Gould, George Pendleton, B. S., 68 Jefferson St., Bangor,
Railway Postal Clerk, Bangor and Boston R. P. O.
Grover, Nathan Clifford, B. S., C. E., 81 North 18th St., East Orange,
Assistant Hydraulic Engineer with J. G. White & Co., 43-49
Exchange Place, New York City.
Hardison, Allen Crosby, C. E., Santa Paula, Calif.,
Civil and Mining Engineer.
Harvey, Chandler Cushman, C. E., Fort Fairfield,
Editor and Proprietor, Fort Fairfield Review.
Hayes, Samuel Henry Tewksbury, M. S., 421 North Charles St., Balti-
Manager, The Walker-Gordon Laboratory.
Heath, Everett Fenno, B. M. E., 222 48th St., Newport News, Va.,
Leading Hull Draftsman, Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company.
Kelley, Edward Havener, B. S., 164 Wilson St., Brewer,
Managing Editor, Bangor Daily Commercial.
* Keyes, George Edwin, B. M. E.
Leavitt, Hannah Ellis, B. S., Port Deposit, Md.
(Mrs. Walter Flint.)
Morey, Elmer Lake, B. C. E., 16 Baillie St., Colombo, Ceylon,
Partner in the firm of Morey, Pieris & Co.
Morrill, Edmund Needham, B. S., Warren, N. H.,
Chemist, Warren Separating Company.
Owen, John Wesley, B. C. E., 101 Milk St., Boston, Mass.,
Civil Engineer, Boston Elevated Railway Company.
* Peirce, Varna John, B. M. E.
Peirce, William Bridgham, B. M. E., 49 Hammond St., Bangor,
Pierce, William Barron, B. M. E., 7 Clifford Ave., Beverly, Mass.,
Draftsman, United Shoe Machinery Company.
Pillsbury, George Melville, B. S., Seattle, Wash.,
Chief Chemist, Independent Asphalt Co., Seattle.
Quincy, Frederick Grant, B. M. E., 499 State St., Bangor,
Agent for timber lands in Maine and Province of Quebec.
Rackliffe, Joseph Riley, B. C. E., Room 4, Rock Island Bldg., St. Joseph,
President of Rackliffe-Gilson Construction Co., Engineering
tReed, Fullerton Paul, B. C. E.
Sawyer, Frank Wade, B. S., M. D., Hot Springs, Ariz.,
Physician; Vice President and General Manager Castle Hot
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 45
Swan, Clarence Buzzell, B. M. E., Old Town,
Member of Firm, Star Printing Co., and Treasurer and Manager
Damon Perforator Co.
Wallace, Chester Jay, B. C. E., Town Hall, Brookline, Mass.,
Principal Assistant Engineer to the Town Engineer of Brook-
Webb, Winfield Scott, C. E., Caribou,
Speculator in Real Estate.
* Wight, Ralph Holbrook, C. E.
Williams, Charles Sampson, M. S., 9 Westport Ave., Norwalk, Conn.,
Superintendent of The Binns Chemical Works.
Arey, Ralph Jesse, C. E., 796 G. Street, San Bernardino, Calif.,
Engineering Division Engineer on Los Angeles Division of the
A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co.
Bailey, William Melvin, B. C. E., 29 Auburn St., Maiden, Mass.,
Engineer, Expanded Metal Co., Boston, Mass.
Clark, Edmund, M. S., 18 Madison St., West Medford, Mass.,
Food Inspection Chemist, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Clayton, Charles, B. S., Taopi, Minn.,
Manager of Farm, General Merchant.
Farrington, Wallace Rider, B. S., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
Managing Editor, Evening Bulletin; President Bulletin Publish-
ing Co., Ltd.
Farrington, William Rowe, C. E., 75 Main St., Middleboro, Mass.,
Division Engineer, Massachusetts Highway Commission.
Flanagan, John Henry, B. M. E-, Rockland,
Mailing Clerk, Rockland Postoffice.
Graves, Joseph Colburn, M. E., 17 Battery Place, New York City, N. Y.,
With Otis Elevator Company.
Hall, Herbert Austin, C. E., Kennebunkport,
Treasurer and Engineer, Kennebunk Electric Light and Power
Hamlin, Cyrus, B. S., M. D., 150 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Keyes, Prescott, Jr., C. E., M. A., Bangor,
Supt. Prin. Grammar Schools.
Kilbourne, Charles Herbert, B. S., 556 West 186th St., New York City,.
Inspector of Foods, In charge of Inspection of Milk, Depart-
ment of Health, 969 6th Ave., New York City.
Lord, Robert William, B. M. E., Skowhegan,
Saw Mill owner.
Menges, Hugo Gustav, B. M. E., 24 Holton Place, Lynn, Mass.,
With General Electric Co., Lynn.
Merrill, True Leander, B. M. E., Acme, Washington,
46 UNIVERSITY 01' MAINE
Moulton, Fred Charles, M. S., Wallstreet, Colo.,
Patten, William Nickels, C. E., 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass.,
Engineering Manager, Stone & Webster Engineering Corpora-
Starrett, Henry Vaill, B. S., Warren,
Market Gardener, and Traveling Salesman for Maine Register.
Steward, John White, B. M. E., Skowhegan,
Taylor, Charles Norton, C. E , 1 Waban St., Wellesley, Mass.,
Thompson, George Edward, B. C. E., Orono,
Valentine, William Alton, M. E., 1933 Parrish St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Draftsman with Hale Kilburn Metal Co.
* Atherton, George Frederick, B. M. E.
Atkinson, William Hacker, B. C. E., Southbridge, Mass.
Bristol, Mortimer Lucius, B. M. E., West Hartford, Conn.,
Assistant Superintendent, Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufac-
Butterfield, William Rowe, B. C. E., Old Town,
Engineer for Kilgore Manufacturing Co.
Clark, Roscoe Conkling, B. M. E., 92 Vine St., Saugus, Mass.
Danforth, Ernest Wilbur, B. C. E., 468 Medford St., Somerville, Mass.,
Assistant City Engineer in charge of sewers.
Doolittle, Herbert Edward, B. C. E., Tamaroa, 111.,
Farrington, Mellen Edward, B. M. E., 65 Holyoke St., Brewer,
President and Manager, Penobscot Machinery Co.
Fernald, Robert Heywood, B. M. E., M. E., A. M., Ph. D., Case School
of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio.,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Engineer in charge of
Gas-Producer Division, Technologic Branch U. S. Geological
Gibbs, John Clinton, B. M. E., 263 Union St., Lynn, Mass.,
, Grover, Arthur Curtis, B. C. E., 44 Prospect St., Rutland, Vt,
City Engineer and Superintendent of Streets and Water Works.
Healey, Warren Evans, B. M. E., 24 Milk St., Boston, Mass.,
Boston Manager, Rockland-Rockport Lime Co.
Holden, William Cross, M. E., Public High School, Hartford, Conn.,
Director of Manual Training and Instructor in Mathematics.
Maguire, George, C. E., 62 Fruit St., Worcester, Mass.,
General Manager, Worcester Broken Steel Co.
Randlette, Charles Maurice, B. S., M. D., Monmouth,
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 47
Timberlake, Stanley Milton, C. E, 704 Traction Terminal Building,
Manager of the Inspection Department of the National Asso-
ciation Factory Mutual Insurance Companies.
Tolman, Frank Stevens, B. C. E., 24 Harrison St., Stapleton, N. Y.,
Chemist, with S. S. White Dental Mfg. Co.
Tyler, Joseph Albert, B. C. E., 133 Belmont St., Everett, Mass.,
Civil Engineer and Superintendent, J. W. Bishop Co.
Buck, Hosea Ballou, C. E., Room i, Columbia Bldg., Bangor,
Manager of Timberlands, Coe & Pingree.
Crosby, Walter Wilson, C. E, Care Johns Hopkins University, Balti-
State Highway Engineer, Chief Engineer Maryland Geological
French, Charles Frederick, B. M. E. Appleton Building, Wallis St.,
With United Shoe Machine Company.
Gannett, Charles Henry, B. C. E., 7 Academy St., Arlington, Mass.,
Gould, Harris Perley, M. S, Department of Agriculture, Washington,
Pomologist in charge of First District Investigations, Bureau of
Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Hutchinson, George Weymouth, B. C. E., Greensburg, Pa.,
Mining Engineer, Keystone Coal & Coke Co.
Jack, Walter Dows, B. S., 411 Westfield Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.,
Supt, Warner Chemical Company and International Phos. Co.
Jordan, Alva Thomas, B. S., Adelaide Ave., H. P., New Brunswick, N. J.,
Proprietor of New Brunswick Hygienic Milk Co., 169-175
Church St., New Brunswick, N. J.
Kittridge, Charles Prentiss, B. S., Vancouver, B. C, Canada,
Pastor of the Advent Christian Church.
Lewis, Hugh McLellan, B. C. E., 106 Broadway, Dover, N. H.,
Store Keeper, Cocheco Manufacturing Co., Velvet Mill.
Murphy, Charles Clark, B. C. E., Rangeley,
With Coe and Pingree.
Rowe, George Freeman, B. M. E., Mispec, N. B.,
Engineer, St. John Pulp and Paper Company.
Shaw, Orrin John, B. C. E., D. D. S., Newport, N. H.,
Smith, Harry Meaubec, B. M. E., State House, Augusta,
Chief Clerk, Office of Commissioner of Highways.
Webster, John Milton, B. S., 3364 F. St., San Diego, Calif,
Whitney, George Ansel, B. M. E, 235 Main St, Lewiston,
48 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Williams, Hiram, B. S., M. D., 154 Monroe St., Passaic, N. J.,
Physician and Surgeon ; Health Officer of the City of Passaic ;
Director of the Hospital for Contagious Diseases; Visiting
Surgeon, Passaic General Hospital.
Bowler, Frank Colburn, B. M. E., Millinocket,
Assistant Engineer with H. S. Ferguson, Chief Engineer for
Great Northern Paper Co.
Cowan, Edward Henry, C. E., Albert Lea, Minn.,
General Manager, The France Dredging & Construction Co.
Cowan, George Parker, B. C. E., 252 Essex St., Bangor (Permanent
Engineer in charge of Passig River Improvement, Manila, P. I.
* Durham, Leroy Tolford, B. C. E.
Gilbert, Charles Edward, B. M. E., Bangor,
Gould, Frank Gilman, B. C. E., 227 West 33rd St., New York City, N. Y.,
Assistant Engineer, Pennsylvania Terminal & Terminal R. R.
Gray, Jesse Alexander, B. S., Old Town,
Traveling salesman, United States and England, Bickmore Gall
Hall, George Henry, M. E., 128 Essex St., Boston, Mass.,
Office Manager, Diehl Mfg. Co.
Harvey, James Elmore, B. M. E., Oakland,
Agent and Treasurer, BroWn Woolen Company, Treasurer
Dirigo Salt and Soda Company.
Hayes, Augustus Daniel, B. C. E., 185 High St., Belfast,
? Civil Engineer ; Principal Grammar School, Belfast.
Jose, Wallace Hight, B. S., 150 East Kinzie St., Chicago, 111.,
Attorney with American Glue Co.
* Kimball, James Mayberry, B. C. E.
Murray, Herbert, B. S., Haileybury, Ontario, Box 48,
Consulting Mining Engineer and Manager of Cobalt Silver
Norwood, Leon Orlando, B. C. E., Stockton Springs,
Civil Engineer ; Resident Engineer, Bangor & Aroostook R. R.
Rumball, George Washington, Jr., B. M. E., 56 Enon St., Beverly, Mass.,
Foreman for United Shoe Machinery Co.
Wood, Edward Butler, B. M. E., Danville, Va.,
Civil Engineer and Supt. of Construction for Dan River Power
and Mfg. Co.
Atwood, Gustavus Gilbert, B. C. E., 12 Humphrey Place, Dorchester,
Checker, for Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins Corporation.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 49
Boardman, Harold Sherman, C. E., Orono,
Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Maine.
Buck, Alfred Howard, E. E., Perry Ave., Cor. 205th St., New York City,
Wire Chief with New York Telephone Co.
Calderwood, Isaac Glidden, B. C. E., Massena, N. Y.,
Superintendent of Dredging, St. Lawrence River Power Co.
Chase, Wendell W., C. E., 131 Fort Hill Ave., Lowell, Mass.,
(Permanent Address, With Stone & Webster, 147 Milk St., Boston.)
Contract Agent, the Lowell Electric Light Corp., Lowell, Mass.
Damon, Frank Hardy, B. S., Powder Point School, Duxbury, Mass.,
Superintendent Powder Point School.
Ellis, Merton Eugene, B. M. E., 145 Lathrop St., Beverly, Mass.,
Foreman, United Shoe Machinery Co.
Folsom, LeRoy Rowell, LL. M., Norridgewock,
Frost, Charles Albert, B. C. E., 40 Grant St., So Framingham, Mass.,
Civil Engineer, Metropolitan Water Board.
Grover, Oscar Llewellyn, B. M. E., B. C. E., 1823 Park Ave., Richmond,
Assistant Engineer, in charge of bridge design, Chesapeake and
(3hio Railway Company.
deHaseth, Gerard Andries, B. C. E., Seattle, Wash.,
Assistant Engineer, Seattle Electric Company.
Knight, Ora Willis, M. S., 84 Forest Ave., Bangor,
State Assayer, Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Micro-
Martin, James William, C. E., 1645 Cimmaron St., Los Angeles, Calif.,
Assistant Engineer, California Development Company.
Merrill, Earl Clinton, B. C. E., East Eddington,
Moulton, Albion, B. M. E., 3435 North 3rd St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Superintendent, No. Pennsylvania Iron Co.
Murphy, Walter Marshall, B. C. E., 280 Front St., Bath,
Foreman of Gas Works for Sagadahoc Light & Power Co.
Pattee, Clifford James, B. C. E, Belfast,
Insurance Agent, firm of James Pattee & Son.
Robinson, Halbert Gardner, B. C. E., Patten,
Rollins, Melville Frederick, B. C. E., Musselshell, Mont.,
Resident Engineer, C. M. & St. P. Ry.
Thomas, Charles Dura, B. C. E., 547 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Civil Engineer, with Engineer of Street Openings Borough of
Manhattan, New York City.
50 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE)
Farrell, Harry Clifford, B. M. E., 47 Grant Road, Swapscott, Mass.,
Master Mechanic United Shoe Machinery Co., Beverly, Mass.
* Fernald, Roy Lynde, B. C. E.
Gibbs, Edward Everett, B. C. E-, The Colonial, Baltimore, Md.,
President, Southern Can Company.
Glidden, Everett Gray, B. M. E., 922 State St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Foreman of Drafting Dept, General Electric Co.
Hobbs, Frederick Andrews, B. S., South Berwick,
t Jeffery, George Wesley, B. C. E.
Kidder, Elmer Elwood, B. C. E., 7 Prospect Ave., Flushing, N. Y..,
Asst. Engineer, with G. A. Roullier, City Engineer and City Sur-
veyor, 45 Main St., Flushing, L. I., New York.
Libby, Frank Joshua, B. M. E., Richmond,
t Manter, Ralph Barton, B. C. E.
Marston, Frank Leonard, B. C. E., Stockton Springs,
Martin, Hermann Stephen, B. C. E., Twin Falls, Idaho,
Locating Engineer, Idaho & Nevada Electric Road*.
t Niles, Herbert Lester, B. C. E.
Page, Warren Robbins, B. C. E., Newburgh Village,
Palmer, Perley Burnham, B. C. E., Orono,
Technical Superintendent, Orono Pulp & Paper Company.
Pride, Frank Perley, B. S., Westbrook,
Randlette, Joseph William, B. M. E., 281 Highland Ave., Somerville,
Engineers' Department, New England Telephone and Tele-
Rogers, Lore Alford, B. S., Washington, D. C,
Department of Agriculture.
Sargent, Paul Dudley, B. C. E., State House, Augusta,
State Commissioner of Highways.
Simpson, Erastus Roland, B. M. E., Associate Member American Society
of Civil Engineers, 39 Pearl St., Toronto, Canada,
Engineer and Gen. Mgr. of Mech. Dept., Chapman Double Ball
Bearing Company, Ltd.
Starr, John Alvar, B. C. E., 54 Irving St., Watertown, Mass.,
Engineer and Supt. for Coleman Bros., Contractors.
Steward, Stanley John, M. E., Ellsworth,
Machinist, Ellsworth Foundry & Machine Works.
Tolman, Gilbert, B. M. E., M. A., Kingston, R. I.,
Professor of Physics, Rhode Island State College.
CATAIvOG OF GRADUATES 51
Walker, Perley F., M. E., M. M. E., 1301 Ohio St., Lawrence, Kansas,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Fowler
Shop, University of Kansas.
Weston, Charles Partridge, C. E., A. M., Orono,
Professor of Mechanics and Drawing, University of Maine.
Weymouth, Frank Elwin, C. E., Glendive, Montana,
Civil Engineer, Project Engineer for U. S. Reclamation Service;
in charge of Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project, North
Dakota and Montana.
Whitcomb, Beecher Davis, B. M. E., Shawomet Beach, R. L,
Electrician with the Rhode Island Company.
Wilkins, Gardiner Benson, B. M. E., 1703 Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Draftsman, Department of Yards and Docks, Navy Yard,
League Island, Pa.
Atwood, Edward Moseley, B. S., Seymour, Conn.,
Chief Chemist for the Seymour Mfg. Co.
Brastow, William Thomas, C. E., Box 94, Ambridge, Pa.,
Draftsman for the American Bridge Company, and Agent for
Etna Life Insurance Co.
Brown, William Bourne, B. S., Livermore Falls,
Bryer, Charles Sidney, B. C. E., 6 Orris St., Auburndale, Mass.,
Assistant Engineer, Massachusetts Harbor & Land Commission.
Bunker, Stephen Sans, B. C. E., Palmyra, Va.,
Civil Engineer ; Resident Engineer, Railroad Construction.
Chase, John Parks, B. M. E , No. Edgecomb,
Structural and Mechanical Draftsman.
Clary, Justin Robert, B. C. E., Home address 5 Valley Road, White
Plains, N. Y,
Estimator for Benvenue Granite Co., 41 Park Row, New York,
Cosmey, Stanwood Hill, B. C. E., C. E., 1025 South 31st St., Omaha, Neb.,
Structural Engineer and Draftsman, Chief Engineer's Office
Union Pacific R. R.
Duncan, Lindsay, B. S., McGill, Nevada,
Mechanical Engineer, Steptoe Valley Smelting & Mining Co.
Farnham, Charles Henry, B. C. E., Beverly, Mass.,
Goodridge, Perley Francis, B. M. E., 526 West 152 St., New York, N. Y.,
Mechanical Engineer with J. G. White & Co., 43 Exchange PL,
Gould, Vernon Kimball, B. M. E., 532 Hammond St., Bangor,
Manager, Bangor Gas Light Company.
Gorham, Frank Edward, B. M. E., Round Pond,
52 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Grover, Oscar Llewellyn, B. M. E., B. C. E., 1023 Park Ave., Richmond,
Assistant Engineer, in charge of Bridge Design, Chesapeake &
Ohio Railway Company.
Heath, Stanley Jacob, 39 James St., Bangor,
Cashier, M. C. R. R. Co.
Holyoke, William Lawrence, B. M. E., Fall River, Mass.,
Inspector of Buildings and Machinery, American Thread Co.
Macloon, Ernest Henry, B. M. E., Groveton, N. H.,
Superintendent, Lyman Falls Power Co.
Patten, Andrew Jarvis, B. S., East Lansing, Mich.,
Chemist, Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.
Porter, Frank Byron, B. S., M. D., Lincoln,
Physician and Suregon.
Porter, Joseph White Humphrey, B. S., M. D., Caribou,
Rogers, Allen, B. S., M. S., Ph. D., 279 Midwood St., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Instructor in Industrial Chemistry, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn,
Russell, Myron Roswell, B. S., Bar Harobr,
Stevens, Howard Eveleth, B. C. E., St. Paul, Minn.,
Engineer of Bridges, Northern Pacific Ry.
Upton, Edwin Carleton, B. S., A. M., St. Stephen's College, Annandale,
Professor of English.
Urann, Marcus Libby, B. S., no State St., Boston, Mass.,
Bailey, Fred Wesley, B. S., Belfast,
Drug Clerk, City Drug Store, Belfast.
Brann, Louis Jefferson, B. S., Lewiston,
Crowell, Charles Parker, B. M. E., Graham Building, 82 Central St.,
t Davis, Edward Harmon, B. M. E.
Dearborn, John Washington, B. M. E., New Haven, Conn.,
Engineer, Winchester Repeating Arms Co.
Dillingham, Samuel Clark, B. C. E., care International Paper Company,
Watertown, N. Y.,
t Dolley, Walter, B. S.
Dow, Leroy Eugene, B. M. E., 276 State St., Portland,
Junior Engineer, U. S. Engineer Office 537 Congress St., Port-
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 53
Dunn, Rena Ethel, B. S., Shawomet Beach, R. I.
(Mrs. Beecher D. Whitcomb.)
Dunn, Rossell Olin, B. C. E., North Anson,
With North Anson Lumber Company.
Edwards, Llewellyn Nathaniel, C. E., General Office, Grank Trunk Ry.,
Bridge Engineer, Grand Trunk Ry.
Ellis, Walter Lincoln, B. M. E., 204 Washington St., Bath,
Draftsman, Bath Iron Works.
Farrar, Lottie Gertrude, B. S., Lucedale, Miss.
(Mrs. Charles N. Buffum.)
Fernandez, Gracia Lillian, B. S., Box 932 Tempe, Arizona,
Instructor in Spanish, Tempe Normal School of Arizona.
Frost, George Sherman, B. C. E., 4 Court Sq., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Assistant Engineer, Public Service Cimmission, First District,
State of New York.
Gibbs, Bernard, B. Ph., LL. B , Madison,
Hamlin, Ralph, B. C. E, 399 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Civil Engineer, with Turner Construction Company.
Higgins, Harry Alston, B. M. E., Care Michigan Coffer and Brass Co.,
Johnson, Bertrand Randall, B. S., 1473 Congress St., Portland,
Division Superintendent, International Correspondence School,
Lawrence, George Warren, B. M. E., Greenfield, Mass.,
Superintendent and Treasurer, Greenfield Electric Light and
Libby, Albion Dana Topliff, E. E., 230 East 8th St., Elyria, Ohio,
General Superintendent, Dean Electric Co.
Libby, Herbert Ivory, B. M. E., 12% Oak St., Biddeford,
Master Mechanic, Saco & Pettee Machine Shops.
Lincoln, Harry Matthew, B. C. E., Lincoln's Mills, Corinna,
Manson, Ray Herbert, E. E., Elyria, Ohio,
Assistant Chief Engineer, The Dean Electric Company.
Merrill, Dana True, B. S., Army School of the Line, Fort Leavenworth,
Captain of 7 Regiment Infantry, U. S. A.
Merrill, Elmer Drew, M. S., Bureau of Science, Manila, Philippine
Botanist, Bureau of Science.
Merrill, Harrison Pratt, B. M. E., Warrington, Florida,
Junior Engineer, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.
Pearce, Charles Abram, B. S., Fort Fairfield,
54 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE)
Ryther, Leon Edwin, B. S., Concord, Mass.,
Principal of Concord School.
Sawtelle, Fred William, C. E., Huttig, Ark.,
Roadmaster, Mo. Pac. Ry.
Small, Albert Clifford, B. M. E., I Spring St., Marblehead, Mass.
Smith, George Albert, B. M. E., 3a Clifford Ave., Beverly, Mass.,
Assistant Foreman of Screw Machine Dept, U. S. M. Company.
Sprague, Alden Percy, B. M. E., 130 West 15th St., Minneapolis, Minn.,
Contracting Engineer, The Strong-Scott Mfg. Co., Minneapolis,
Starbird, Alfred Andrews, B. S., Fort Slocum, N. Y.,
Captain, 5th Regiment Field Artillery, U. S. A.
Stevens, Ray Parker, B. M. E., Allentown National Bank Bldg., Allen-
President and General Manager, Lehigh Valley Transit Co.
Sturgis, Edwin Albert, B. M. E., 161 Stoneland Road, Worcester, Mass.,
Supt, M. P. & M., Worcester Con. Street Ry. Co.
Tarr, Roderick Desmond, B. M. E., 4 Oak St., Biddeford,
Foreman, Saco & Pettee Machine Shops.
Tolman, Wilford Reuben, B. C. E., 44 Linden St., Everett, Mass.,
Employed by the New England Structural Company, Everett.
Webster, Charles Staples, B. S., 17 Exchange St., Portland,
Insurance, Firm of Norton, Hall & Webster.
t Welch, Warner Edwin, B. M. E.
White, Horace Loring, B. S., 89 North Prospect St., Burlington, Vt.,
Secretary, Treasurer, and Professor of Chemistry, University of
Vermont College of Medicine, Medico Legal Chemist, Ver-
mont State Board of Health.
Whittemore, George Arthur, B. M. E., 49 Union St., Worcester, Mass.,
Chief Draftsman with George L. Brownell, Spinning and Twist-
Wiswell, Carl Gardner, B. M. E., East Machias,
Dealer in Hardware, and Plumber.
Bassett, Eben Pierce, B. M. E., 136 Liberty St., New York City, N. Y.,
Electrical Engineer, Cutler-Hammer Mfg. Co.
Batchelder, Frank Lothrop, C. E., Care Copper Range R. R., Houghton,
Acting Chief Engineer, Copper Range R. R.
Belcher, Wallace Edward, C. E., M. A., Care of J. G. White & Co.,
Consulting Engineer, 41-43 Wall St., New York City, N. Y.
Blackwell, Charles Elbert, B. M. E., Madison,
Blackwell & Edwards.
* Boynton, Alson Edwin, B. C. E.
Brown, John Wilson, B. M. E., 1102 South Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa.,
Engineering Dept., Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 55
Carlton, Rufus Houdlette, B. M. E., Care of General Electric Company,
Schenectady, N. Y.,
In Commercial Dept, General Electric Co.
Caswell, Winfield Benson, B. M. E., Pier 34, North River, New York
City, N. Y., (Home address, 251 West 129th St., New York City),
Hull Inspector, Southern Pacific Company's Atlantic Steamship
Clark, Harold Hayward, B. M. E., E. E., 520 Mills Bldg., Washington,
Electrical Expert, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy Dept.
t Cleaves, Daniel Lunt, B. S.
Collins, George, B. C. E., Lexington, Ky., 310 Lexington City Bank
President Empire Bridge Company.
Crockett, Cyrenius Walter, B. S., United Chemical Company, Walling-
ton, N. J.,
Superintendent of Factory.
Downing, Marshall Buckland, B. M. E., 55 Franklin St., New York City,
Manager, New York Telephone Company.
Drew, Irving Harry, B. M. E., 107 W. 84 St., New York, N. Y., Home
address 47 Morse St., Portland, Me.,
With New York World Advertising Department.
Fernald, Reginald Lovejoy, B. S., 70 Fifth Ave., New York City, N. Y.,
With Ginn & Co., Publishers.
Flint, Bert Whittaker, B. C. E., 152 Elm St., Worcester, Mass.,
Superintendent of Construction.
Ford, Leonard Harris, B. S., M. D., East Eddington,
Grover, Archer Lewis, B. M. E., B. S., Orono,
Instructor in Drawing, University of Maine.
Haney, William Wallace, B. M. E., 130 Bradhurst Ave., New York City,
Engineer with Brooklyn Edison Company.
Hayes, Clarence Morrill, M. E., 192 North St., Stamford, Conn.,
Railway Construction Department, Westinghouse Electric and
Hersey, George Woodman, B. M. E., 11 Pine St., New York City, N. Y.,
Sales Dept., Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co.
Heyer, Harry Sanford, B. M. E., Orr's Island,
Principal Grammar School Kennebunk.
Hilton, George Libby, B. S„ M. D., 62 Main St., Bangor,
Physician and Surgeon.
Hoxie, Hall Farrington, B. M. E., 120 Broadway, New York City, N. Y.,
Board of Patent Control.
Mansfield, Edward Raymond, B. S., M. D., Eastern Maine General
56 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Mayo, Herbert Palmer, B. M. E-, 306 Lafayette St., Schenctady, N. Y.,
Switchboard Comm. Dept, General Electric Co.
Morell, William Bradley, B. M. E., Business Address, 173 East 79th to
113 West 38th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Telephone Work, Central Office Manager.
Morrill, Walter Jean, B. S., M. F., 508 Empire Bldg., Denver, Colo.,
Forest Assistant in the Forest Service U. S. Dept. of Agricul-
ture. Connected with the Pike's Peak National Forest.
Mosher, Edwin St. Elmo, B. M. E., Presque Isle,
Supt. of Maine and New Brunswick Electric Power Company,
Murray, William Augustine, B. C. E., Richland, N. Y.,
Supervisor of Track, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R.
Nelson, William, B. M. E., 12 Penhallow St., Dorchester, Mass.
tOswald, Herman Henry, B. M. E.
Palmer, Edward Everett, B. M. E., 84 State St., Boston, Mass.,
Commercial Engineer, General Electric Company.
Powell, Maurice Henry, B. S., Orono,
Powell, Mildred Louise, B. S., Wallingford, Conn.,
Teacher, Commercial Dept., Wallingford High School.
Pretto, Henry Joseph, B. M. E., 62 High St., Stoneham, Mass.,
Millwright Draftsman, with American Tool and Machine Co.,
* Sidensparker, Stanley, B. M. E., B. S.
Small, Clinton Leander, B. S., B. A., 342 State St., Flushing, N. Y.,
Supt., Oakes Mfg. Co., Long Island City, N. Y.
Smith, Edwin Melcher, B. M. E., 146 Sayre St., Elizabeth, N. J.,
Chief Draftsman, Electro Dynamic Co., Bayonne, N. J.
Stephens, Allen Whitmore, B. C. E., 75 Littleton Ave., Newark, N. J.,
Chief Draftsman, Turner Construction Co.
Stinson, Frank Minott, B. M. E-, 599 Lafayette St., Bridgeport, Conn.,
Draftsman, Locomobile Company of America.
Stover, Oliver Otis, M. S., Freeport,
Swain, John Henry, B. S., Maynard, Mass.,
Principal, Maynard High School.
Swain, Pearl Clayton, B. A., Maynard, Mass.,
Housekeeping, and non-resident post-graduate work at Univer-
sity of Maine.
Veazie, Marcellus Maurice, B. S., 151 Milk St., Boston, Mass.,
Employed in the Office of Frank G. Macomber Insurance.
Wescott, Arthur Clement, B. M. E., 46 Norwood St., Portland,
Manager for Maine, Aetna Life Insurance Company, Casco
National Bank Bldg.
Whittier, Charles Comfort, B. C. E., 1121 The Rookery, Chicago, Illinois,
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 57
Beedle, Harry Woodward, B. M. E., The Bell Telephone Company, of
Canada, Montreal, Quebec,
Power Engineer, Electrical Engineering Dept.
Bird, Alan Lawrence, B. M. E., Rockland,
Bowerman, Frank Harvey, B. C. E., 49 Dix St., Dorchester, Mass.,
Foreman, Eastern Expanded Metal Company, Boston.
* Burgess, William Joseph, B. M. E.
Burnham, Agnes Rowena, B. Ph., 66 Franklin St., So. Braintree, Mass.,
Teacher of Science in High School, Braintree.
Cargill, Walter Neal, B. M. E., 333 Union St., Lynn, Mass.,
Superintendent of Power Station, Boston & Northern Street
Caswell, Wilfred Harold, B. M. E-, 40 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Electrical Engineer with the International Paper Company, 30
Broad St., New York City.
Clark, Wilkie Collins, B. S., Skowhegan.
Closson, James Edward, B. S., 94 Winter St., Portland,
Chemist, with Ayer, Houston & Company, Hat Manufacturers,
Cole, Clinton Llewellyn, B. C. E., 650 Main St., Hartford, Conn.,
Chief Draftsman, Connecticut River Bridge & Highway District
Davis, Harry Ashton, B. M. E., Hopedale, Mass.,
Assistant Chief Draftsman for The Draper Company, Cotton
Drummond, Henry Frank, B. M. E., 36 Third St., Bangor,
Superintendent, Bangor Box Company.
t Dunn, Julian Sturdivant, B. M. E.
Eaton, Herbert Davidson, B. S., 96 Highland Ave., Bangor,
Goodwin, Philip Ross, C. E., Klamath Falls, Oregon, Care U. S. Recla-
Civil Engineering. Engineering Aid, U. S. R. S.
Gray, Charley Perley, B. S., M. D., 129 West 47th St., New York, N. Y.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Hamlin, George Otis, B. M. E., Lansdowne, Pa.,
Mechanical Engineer with Genasco Silk Works.
Hart, Malcolm Cole, B. C. E., 5532 Ridge Ave., St. Louis, Mo.,
Assistant Engineer, Missouri Pacific Ry., M. of W. Dept.
Hatch, Howard Andrew, B. C. E., Alva, Okla.,
Assistant Engineer, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry.
Hayes, James Arthur, M. S., 521 1 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Chemist, Martin & Wm. H. Nixon Paper Co., Manayunk, Phila-
58 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Hersey, Guy Alfred, B. C. E , Bangor,
Holley, Clifford Dyer, M. S., Ph. D., Fargo, N. Dak.,
Professor of Chemistry, North Dakota Agricultural College.
Horner, Leon Herbert, B. S., 24 Crystal St., Worcester, Mass.,
Jones, William Gouldsbrough, B. S., 39 Ward St., Hartford, Conn.,
Insurance Underwriter, with Orient Insurance Company.
t Judge, Thomas Francis, B. M. E.
Leathers, Harry Hewes, B. M. E., M. E., 37 Boston St., Somerville,.
Draftsman, Stone & Webster, 84 State St., Boston, Mass.
Lombard, Charles Hutchinson, B. C. E., Havre de Grace, Md.,
Civil Engineer, Chief Engineer's Department, Pennsylvania R.
R., South Amboy, N. J.
* Love, Alexander, B. C. E.
Lurvey, John Gardner, B. M. E., 20 Alvey St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
With General Electric Company.
McDonald, Frank, B. M. E., Fair Haven, N. B., Canada,
McDonald Packing Company.
Maddocks, Howard Lewis, B. C. E., Newark, Ohio,
County Engineer, Licking Co.
Mann, Edwin Jonathan, B. M. E., Bryant's Pond,
Junior Partner, Firm of L. M. Mann & Son, Manufacturers of
clothespins and bail woods.
Merrill, Wilbur Louis, B. M. E., Care of General Electric Company,
Schenectady, N. Y., ,
Power and Mining Engineering Dept.
Mitchell, Fred Carleton, B. S., M. S., 14 Holten St., Danvers, Mass.,
Principal, Holten High School.
Mitchell, Frank Henry, M. S., Care Dill & Collins Co., Richmond &r
Tioga Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Chemist, Paper & Pulp Co.
Murphy, George Ferguson, B. C. E., New Kensington, Pa.,
Supt of Construction, Pittsburg Reduction Co.
Noyes, Frank Albert, B. M. E., Rio Janeiro, Brazil,
Electrical Engineer for Rio Janeiro Ry., Light & Power Co.
Owen, Alden Bradford, B. M. E., Ridgway, Pa.,
Assistant Engineer, Ridgway Dynamo & Engine Co.
Page, Arthur Southwick, B. C. E., R. 431 South Station, Boston, Mass..
Home address Fairfield, Me.,
Assistant Engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.
Perkins, DeForest Henry, M. A., Skowhegan,
Principal of Bloomfield Academy and Skowhegan High SchooL
Philoon, Daniel Lara, B. S., Winchester, Mass.,
Porter, Charles Omer, B. C. E., 38 Files St., Westbrook,
Supt. of Construction, with the S. D. Warren Paper Co.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 59
Ricker, Percy Leroy, M. S., Washington, D. C,
Assistant Botanist, Botanical Investigation, U. S. Dept. of
Robbins, Charles Alphonso, Ph. B., East Millinocket,
Principal East Millinocket High School.
* Rollins, Charles Herbert, B. M. E.
Rollins, Frank Main, B. S., Waterville,
Supt. Sulphite Dept., Hollingsworth & Whitney Co.
Russell, Leo Bernard, B. C. E., Farmington,
Wood Turner, Assistant Superintendent.
Smith, Edward Henry, B. M. E., East Sullivan,
Principal of High School, Wells, Me.
Smith, Freeman Ames, B. S., Palmer, Mass.,
Snowdeal Adah, B. A., Lisbon Falls, (Home Address, 23 State St.,
Teacher in Hampden Academy, Hampden, Me.
Stickney, Grosvenor Wilson, B. M. E., Port Byron, N. Y., R. F. D. 38,
Assistant Engineer, Contract 5, Construction of Barge Canal.
Strange, Edward Moore, B. S., 1028 Ross Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa., Per-
manent address St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada,
Foreman of erection, McClintic Marshall Construction Co.
Stowell, Clarence Warner, Ph. B., 357 Westminster St., Providence,
Instructor, Bryant & Stratton Commercial School.
Strout, Howard Clinton, B. M. E., 126 State St., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Traveling Saleman, General Electric Company, 44 Broad St.,
New York City, N. Y.
*Tate, Edwin Morrell, B. C. E.
t Tate, Fred Foy, B. C. E.
Vose, Fred Hale, B. M. E., Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.,
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, (In charge of
Webster, Frank Elijah, B. M. E., 10 Pearson Ave., Somerville, Mass.,
Checker and Assistant to Chief Draftsman, District Office, Stone
& Webster Engineering Corp'n.
Weston, Benjamin Thomas, B. C. E., Nimrod, Mont.,
Concrete Inspector for Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
Weston, Wallace Augustus, B. C. E., 432-33 Arcade Annex, Seattle,
Contracting Engineer, with Seattle Concrete Construction Co.
Whitcomb, Joseph Onon, B. Ph., 1008 East Adams St., Syracuse, N. Y.,
Department Manager, New York State, for the King-Richardson
Bartlett, Charles William, B. S., 206 Parkwood Blvd., Schenectady,
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Bartlett, Mark Jonathan, B. Ph., LL. B., Corner Main & Common Sts.,
* Bartlett, Wales Rogers, B. A.
Bixby, John Harold, B. S., C. E., 59 Division St., Ashtabula, Ohio,
Civil Engineer, t. S. & M. S. Ry.
Bixby, Oscar Merrill, B. S., 60 West 128th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Chief Draftsman, Electric Locomotive and Car Dept, N. Y. C.
& H. R. R. R. Co.
Boardman, William Harris, B. S., Care of George F. Hardy, 309 Broad-
way, New York City, N. Y.,
Engineer in charge of Construction With G. F. Hardy.
Bogart, Fred Hammond Hanson, B. S-, 150 Capitol Ave., Hartford,
Vice President and Manager of The Hartford Auto Parts Co.
Buck, Thomas, B. S., 5825 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, Illinois,
Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago.
Cary, Lewis Robinson, M. S., Cameron, La.,
Zoologist, Gulf Biologic Station.
Cobb, Arthur Leroy, B. S., Kenneth Hotel, Spokane, Wash.,
Chief Inspector, Inland Division, Pacific Telegraph & Telephone
Crosby, Charles Elmer, B. S., Waterville,
Railway Postal Clerk.
Davis, Fred Merrill, E. E., Care Kellogg Switchboard & Supply Co.,
Assistant Engineer, Kelloggg Switchboard & Supply Co.
Davis, George Harold, B. S., 1147 Oak Street, Salem, Oregon,
Operating Engineer, for Portland Railway Light & Power Com-
pany, Salem Division.
Faunce, Benjamin Franklin, B. S., 1338 Walnut St., Edgewood Park,
Mechanical Engineer, Carnegie Building, Carnegie Steel Com-
Fitzgerald, Elsie Eunice, B. Ph., Old Town.
Folsom, Harold Morrill, B. A., Biddeford,
Rector Christ Church (Episcopal), Biddeford.
Fraser, Gertrude Lee, M. A., Macedon, N. Y.
French, Joseph Edward, B. S., 275 Summer St., Woonsocket, R. I.,
Toolmaker, with the Taft-Peirce Mfg. Co.
Goodwin, George Estyn, B. S., United States Geological Survey, Hunt-
Engineer, U. S. G. S., Reclamation Service.
Hamlin, Emily, B. S., Orono.
Harvey, Clifford Dawes, B. S., 646 North 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Medical Student, Hahnemann Medical College.
Harvey, LeRoy Harris, M. S., Yankton College, Yankton, South Dakota,
Professor of Biology.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 6l
Howe, Ernest Judson, B. S., State Hall, Albany, N. Y.,
Assistant Engineer, Dept. State Engineer and Surveyor.
Hoyt, Henry Perez, B. S., Madison,
Assistant Engineer, Great Northern Paper Co.
Keller, Percy Raymond, B. S., Care Western Electric Co., 259 South
Clinton St., Chicago, 111.,
Plant Engineering Dept.
Leonard, Herbert Henry, B. S., 14 Camp St., New Britain, Conn.,
With P. & F. Corbin.
Lowell, Frank Holt, B. S., 145 Beekman Ave., No. Tarrytown, N. Y.,
Employed with Maxwell-Briscoe Motor Co.
Martin Bertrand Clifford, B. S., 596 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Assistant Engineer, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R.
Martin, Fred Lewis, B. S., 328 North 64th Ave., Oak Park, 111.,
Advertising Solicitor, White's Class Advertising Co., Chicago.
Merrill, Maurice Barnaby, B. A., Mars Hill,
Principal, Aroostook Central Institute.
Mitchell, Charles Augustus, B. S., New Glasgow, N. S., Canada,
Assistant Engineer, Halifax Ry.
Pritham, Henry Charles, B. S., Bristol, Tenn., Care of I. T. Williams
Chemist and Chemical Engineer to Bristol Barium & Zinc
Robinson, Alson Haven, B. S., Newburgh, N. Y., 96 Montgomery St.,
Minister of the Church of Our Father (Unitarian.)
Ross, Mowry, B. S., West Woodstock, Conn.,
Thompson, Samuel Day, B. A., 613 Fourth Ave., Asbury Park, N. J.,
Supervisor, Asbury Park High School.
Varney, Lewis Goodrich, B. S., 1610 State St., Harrisburg, Pa.,
Draftsman for the Pennsylvania Steel Co.
Ward, Thomas Hale, B. S., care Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., Indian
Electrical Engineer, for Chapman Valve Co.
Watson, Ernest Lauren, B. S., 10 Bridge St., New York City, N. Y.,
Supervisor of Signals, Pennsylvania Tunnel & Terminal'
R. R. Co.
Watts, Frank Ervin, B. S., 155 King Ave., Detroit, Mich.,
Technical Writer, Western Editorial Representative of Horseless
Woodbury, Stephen Edward, E. E., M. E., 163 Magazine St., Cambridge,.
In charge of Engineering and Winding Depts., Simplex Heat-
Wormell, Ralph Geddes, B. S., 319 Main St., Waterville.
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Eacheldor, Arthur Willis, B. S., 317 Academy St., Trenton, N. J.,
Erecting Machinist, Trenton Shops, Pennsylvania R. R.
Barrows, William Edward, Jr., B. S., 908 East 60th St., Chicago, 111,,
Instructor in Electrical Engineering, Armour Institute of Tech-
Eartlett, Enoch Joseph, E. E., 231 New Britain Ave., Hartford, Conn.,
Mechanical Engineer, with the Electric Vehicle Co.
Eoland, Marion Genevieve, B. A., 11 Lagrange St., Worcester, Mass.,
Teacher, Worcester High School.
Euck, Henry Alfred, B. S., Bucksport,
Eussell, Edith Mae, B. Ph., Old Town,
Teacher, Great Works.
Butman, James Warren, B. S., Winthrop,
Carr, Harold Malcolm, B. S., Sangerville,
Superintendent of Sangerville Woolen Co.
Chadbourne, Henry Wilmott, B.S., 129 Mason St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Electrical Engineer, General Electric Co.
Clark, Samuel, B. S., Waterville, R. F. D. 39,
Member of Proctor & Bowie Co., Contractors.
Cole, Henry Ernest, B. S., Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa.,
H. E. Cole & Co., Contractors & Engineers.
Davis, Alfred Ricker, B. S., 25 Johnson St., Lynn, Mass.,
Draftsman, with General Electric Co.
Davis, Samuel Prince, B. S., no Winter St., Portland,
Traveling Salesman, American Radiator Co.
Delano, Edward Warren, B. S., 125 Essex St., Bangor,
Civil Engineer with B. & A. R. R.
Duren, Harry Elwood, B. S., Union Trust Bl'dg, San Francisco, Calif.,
Commercial Ijngineer, General Electric Co.
1* Durgan, George Washington, B. S., 92 Winthrop St., Medford, Mass.,
Time-Keeper, Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston, Mass.
Eldridge, Walter Hampton, B. S., 5 Oakdale St., Jamaica Plain, Mass.,
Electrical Engineer, with B. F. Sturtevant Co.
Elliott, Wesley Clarendon, B. S., 5 Oakdale St., Jamaica Plain, Mass.,
Contracting Engineer, with B. F. Sturtevant Co.
Farrington, Herbert Oscar, B. S., Box 163, Kittery,
Electrical Draftsman, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.
Fessenden, Lothrop Edwin, B. S., Rockland, Mass., R. F. D. 1,
Breeder of White Plymouth Rocks.
Foster, Arthur Brookhouse, M. S., Patent Office, Washington, D. C,
Assistant Examiner, Chemicals and Fertilizers.
French, Henry Carter, B. S., Rumford Center.
Gilbert, Engene Clarence, B. S., Orono,
Lumbering, with T. Gilbert.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 63
Hamilton, Andrew George, B. S., Room 404, Board of Trade Bldg.,
Salesman, with Aluminum Company of America.
Hamlin, Horace Parlin, B. S., Room 1309, 140 Cedar St., New York,
Designing Engineer, with Raymond Concrete Pile Co.
Holmes, Fred Eugene, B. S., 290 Main St., Bangor,
Roadmaster, Third Drv., M. C. R. R., Bangor.
Johnson, Elbridge Augustus, B. S., 16 Orland Ave., Woodfords,
Civil Engineer. Assistant Engineer, M. C. R. R.
Kallom, Frank Winthrop, B. S., 37 W. Elm St., Brockton, Mass.,
With O. C. St. Ry. Co., Brockton, Mass.
Kelley, Burchard Valentine, B. S., 316 Clinton St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Mechanical Draftsman, General Electric Co.
Kneeland, Henry Wilton, B. S., 20 Kilby St., Boston, Mass.,
Bond Department, John C. Paige & Co.
Knight, Perley Charles, B. S., Gorham,
Knowles, Lida May, B. S., Presque Isle.
(Mrs. R. J. Smith.)
Lowe, Sumner Sturdivant, B. S., Jersey Shore, Pa.,
Civil Engineering Dept. of the New York Central R. R.
Lyon, Alpheus Crosby, B. S., 735 Main St., Bangor,
With Vacuum Cleaning Co.
McCarthy, Patrick Edward, B. S., Livermore Falls,
Civil Engineers, with International Paper Co.
Mansfield, Harold Wilder, M. E., 201 Park Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Foreman, Alternating Current Drafting Dept., General Electric
Margesson, Charles William, B. S., 39 Webster Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Calculator in the Survey Department, Title Guarantee & Trust
Mosher, Percy Hildreth, B. S., 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.,
Assistant Engineer, with Metcalf & Eddy, Consulting Engineers.
Peck, Luther, B. S., M. D., Plymouth, Mich.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Pressey, Frank Ethelbert, B. S., 487 Union St., Bangor,
Assistant Engineer, in U. S. Geological Survey.
Rackliffe, Clinton Nathan, E. E., 107 Becker St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Commercial Engineering in Power and Mining Dept., General
Rice, Marie Cecelia, M. S., 136 Court St., Bangor,
Teacher, Bangor High School.
Ross, Edwin Bishop, B. S., 305 South Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Baldwin Locomotive Works.
Russell, Roy Elvert, B. S., Minneapolis, Minn.,
Employed by W. I. Gray & Co.
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Sewall, Herbert Willis, B. S., Riverside, Illinois,
In charge of Switchboard Sales Dept, Western Electric Com-
Silver, Arthur Elmer, B. S., 745 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C,
Electrical Engineer with Raleigh Electric Company.
Stephens, Charles Walter, B. 3., 14 Stewart Place, Elizabeth, N. J.,
Structural Draftsman, with Hay, Foundry & Iron Works,
Newark, N. J.
Stilphen, Charles Augustus, 11 Lester Place, Jamaica Plain, Mass.,
Draftsman, in charge Heating and Ventilating Dept., with B. F.
Thombs, William Brackett, B. S., 6 Atlantic St., Portland,
Automobile Salesman, 42 Preble St., Portland.
True, Edwin Stanley, B. S., 2207 Broadway, Indianapolis, Md.,
Warren, John Clifford, B. S., LL. B., 14 Pleasant St., Westbrook,
Watson, Alvin Morrison, B. S., Goldfield, Nev.
Wheeler, Allen Francis, B. S., 31 Federal St., Brunswick,
Engine Draftsman, Bath Iron Works.
Whittier, Ralph, B. S,, 54 Forest Ave., Bangor,
Clerk, First National Bank.
Baker, Ernest Linwood, B. S., New York Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion, Geneva, N. Y.,
f Benner, Archie Ray, B. S.
Carr, Cleora May, B. Ph., Old Town.
Chandler, Robert Flint, B. S., 127 Emery St., Portland,
Member of the firm, Portland Upholstering and Decorating
Chase, Nathan Ajalon, B. S., 11 South 3rd Ave., Ilion, N. Y.,
Chemist and Metallurgist, Remington Arms Company.
Coffin, Leroy Melville, B. S., 412 9th Ave., New York City, N. Y.,
Instructor in the New York Institution for the Blind.
t Collins, Fred, B. S.
Conner, Ralph Melvin, B. S., Nampa, Idaho, Care U. S. Reclamation
Assistant Engineer, in charge of the construction of the Upper
Deer Flat Embankment.
Crabtree, Leroy Brown, B. S., Hancock.
* Crocker, Henry Kennedy, B. S.
Davis, Rodney Clinton, B. S., 5741 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Assistant Engineer, Illinois Central Ry. Co.
Dinsniore, Sanford Crosby, B. S., Reno, Nevada,
Chemist, Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station, Reno, Nev.
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Dorticos, Carlos, B. S., 126 Brandywine Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Electrical Engineer, with General Electric Co.
Douglas, Frank Libby, B. S., 50 Wabansia Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Care North Works, Illinois Steel Co., Purchasing Dept.
Dyer, William Norman, B. S., Harrington,
Ellstrom, Victor Edwin, B. S., Sigma Chi House, Northwestern Univer-
sity, Evanston, 111.
Foster, Samuel Joshua, B. S., Oakland.
Freeman, George Leonard, B. S., no Ridge Ave., Ridgeway, Pa.,
Designing and Contracting, with Elk Tanning Company.
Gage, Arthur Willard, B. S., 2424 Ashland Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.,
Draftsman, Brown-Ketcham Iron Works.
Goodridge, Oren Leslie, B. S., Houlton,
Assistant Engineer, Bangor & Aroostook R. R.
Goodwin, Burton Woodbury, B. S., Ridlonville,
Graves, Shirley Preston, B. S., 119 Townsend St., Roxbury, Mass.,
Lawyer, 30 Court St., Boston, Mass.
Harris, Philip Howard, B. S., Care Westinghouse E. & M. Co., 1502
Continental Building, Baltimore, Md.,
Hartford, Edward Goodnow, B. S., 37 Howard St., Waltham, Mass.,
Inspector of Concrete Construction B. & A. R. R.
Hilliard, John Heddle, B. A., 220 Broadway, New York City, N. Y.,
HinchlifYe, Henry John, B. S., East Hartford, Conn.,
Assistant Principal, South School, Hartford, Conn.
Hinckley, Frances Augusta, B. Ph., 501 Becker St., Schenectady, N. Y.
(Mrs. J. W. Crowe.)
Kittridge, Claude Abbott, B. S., Old iown,
Supt. of Bodwell Water Power Company's Plant at Milford.
Libby, Arthur Stephen, B. Ph., M. A., Spartansburg-S. Co.,
Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, Converse Col-
Loud, Warren Cornelius, B. S., Hampden,
Transitman, B. & A. R. R.
McCready, John Hollis, B. S., 107 Patent Office, Washington, D. C,
* Maxfield, Amy Inez, B. S.
Mullaney, Roderick Edward, B. S., 37 Birch St., Bangor,
Civil Engineering, 202 Exchange St., Bangor.
Patrick, Stephen Edmund, B. S., Gorham,
Teacher of Manual Training, Walker Training School, Portland.
Porter, Ernest Albee, B. S., 25 Pemberton Sq., Boston, Mass.,
Junior Engineer, in U. S. Engineering Dept.
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Sheahan, Harold Vose, 321 Drexel Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Assistant Engineer for Chas. E. Collins Co.
Simpson, Paul Dyer, B. S., Mitchell, Nebraska,
Assistant Engineer, U. S. R. S.
Small, Silas Gilman, B. S., 148 Dudley St., Roxbury, Mass.,
Smith, Howard Ausburn, E. E., Box 180 Pittsfield, Mass..,
Electrical Engineering, General Electric Co., Pittsfield, Mass. ,
Soper, Henry Melville, B. S., Care Aluminum Co. of America, East
St. Louis, III,
Assistant Chief Chemist, Aluminum Co. of America.
Stone, Charles Wesley, B. S., 317 48th St., Newport News, Va.,
Chief Chemist for the Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry
f Towse, Arthur Ray, B. S.
Treworgy, Isaac Emery, B. S., Care American Woolen Company, 126
5th Ave., New York City, N. Y.,
Salesman, with the American Woolen Co.
White, Ralph Henry, B. S., 108 North Main St., Springfield, Mass.,
Employed by C. O. Churchill.
Whitney, Harvey David, B. S., 452 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.,
Manager Atlanta Klipsterin & Co., New York.
Wiley, Mellen Cleaveland, B. S., 6131 Lexington Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Civil Engineer, with Robert W. Hunt & Co.
Averill, Roy Samuel, B. S., Milltown, Me.
t Bassett, Hubert Merle, B. S.
Bassett, Ralph Smith, B. S., Old Town.
Bean, Paul Leonard, B. S., Orono,
Instructor in Civil Engineering at the University of Maine.
Bearce, Ira Mellen, B. S., Box 1137, Helena, Mont,
Assistant Principal, Instructor in Physics and Chemistry, Helena
Berry, Edward Robie, B. S., M. S., 107 Cross St., Maiden, Mass.,
Chief Chemist, Engineering Laboratory.
Bradford, Luther Cary, B. S., Turner.
Brann, George Samuel, B. S., ill Halsey St., Newark, N. J.,
Transitman, C. R. R. of N. J., Jersey City, N. J.
Breed, Everett Mark, B. S., Vancouver, B. C, Canada,
District Manager, Allis-Chalmers-Bullock, Ltd.
Broadwell, Edwin Sherman, B. S., 440 Ditmars Ave., Long Island City,
Engineering Department of the New York Telephone Co.
Brown, Horace Arthur, B. S., Bradley,
Resident Engineer, on railroad work, with J. G. White & Co.
Buck, Florence Emily, B. S., Flemington, N. J.,
Vice Principal, Flemington High School.
CATALOG 01? GRADUATES 67
Buker, Edson Bayard, B. S., Waldoboro,
Student, Maine Medical School.
Case, Albert Deering, B. S., 626 Elm St., Arlington, N. J.,
Draftsman, Office of Engineer of Bridges and Buildings, Erie
R. R. Co., 26 Cortlandt St., New York City, N. Y.
Chaplin, Carroll Sherman, B. S., 125 Western Promenade, Portland,
Student, Harvard Law School, (College address), 33V2 Wendell
Chase, Clifford Gray, B. S., Baring,
Superintendent, Granville Chase Co.
Clifford, Edward Clinton, B. S., Forest Service, Washington, D. C,
First Assistant in Forest Service.
Copeland, Lennie Phcebe, B. S., 263 French St., Bangor,
Assistant in Brewer High School.
Crowley, Elmer Bishop, B. S., Greenville,
Engineer for the Penobscot Bay Electric Co.
Davenport, Arthur Edward, B. S., Pittsfield, Mass.,
With Stanley Electric Co.
Day, Eugene Garfield, B. S., Madison.
Dorticos, Philip, B. S., 12 North 19th St., East Orange, N. J.,
Chemist, General Electric Co.
Everett, Chester Steele, Attleboro, Mass.
* Fifleld, Fred Victor, B. S.
Flynt, Roy Horton, B. S., Augusta,
French, Harold Francis, B. S., Pushaw Road, Glenburn.
Giles, Clyde Irving, B. S., 66 Ashmont St., Portland, Me.,
Secretary Eastern Motor Car Company.
Haley, Harry Dennett, B. S., Gardiner.
Haskell, Roger, B. S., 234 Bridge St., Westbrook,
Herbert, Thomas Carroll, B. S., Care of Pennsylvania R. R., Richmond,
Assistant on Eng. Corps, Maintenance of Way.
Holmes, Ernest Randall, B. S., Eastport.
Hopkins, Ralph Thomas, B. S.. Elliston, Mont,
Assayer for Kineo Mining Co.
Jordan, Alfred Carroll, B. S., 780 Ellicott Sq., Buffalo, N. Y.,
Salesman for Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co.
Kimball, Charles Benjamin, B. S., 24 South Central Ave., Wollaston,
Boston Office, of General Electric Co., Engineering Dept.
Kingsbury, Ralph Waldo Emerson, B. S., New Haven, Conn., Care of
General Electric Co.,
Assistant to Manager, New Haven Office, General Electric Co.
68 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Kingsland, Earl Brush, Ph. B., B. S., Hammond, Indiana,
Civil Engineer on Construction Work, with Standard Steel Car
Knowles, Allen Mark, B. S., 31 5 West 134th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Assistant Engineer of Bridges and Buildings, with Erie R. R.
Co., 11 Broadway, N. Y.
Larrabee, Benjamin True, B. S., 17 Berkeley St., Cumberland Mills,
Chemist for S. D. Warren & Co., Paper Mill, Cumberland Mills.
Lawrence, Leonard Alexander, B. S., Ithaca, N. Y.,
Instructor in Civil Engineering, Cornell University.
* Leary, Thomas Edward, B. S.
Leighton, Clifford Henry, B. S., 41 Champa Ave., Newton Upper Falls,
Chief Electrician, Saco & Petee Machine Co.
Little, Leslie Engene, B. S., Room 403, Union Station, Providence, R. I.,
Draftsman on Providence Terminal N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.
Lord, Cecil Arthur, B. S., Bar Harbor.
McCullough, Frank, B. S., Box 65, Elizabeth, N. J.,
Transitman, Central Railroad Co. of New Jersey.
Mclntire, Walter Draper, B. S., Babcock & Wilcox Co., Stirling Dept,
Monk, Holman Waldron, B. S., 745 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C,
Electrician, with The Raleigh Electric Co.
Olivenbaum, John Emanuel, B. S., 2160 Murray Hill Road, S. E., Cleve-
Instructor in Mechanics, Case School of Applied Science.
Paine, Allen Thatcher, B. S., in Halsey St., Newark, N. J.,
Assistant Engineer, New York Central Railroad.
Parker, Edward Alton, B. S., Skowhegan,
Teacher, Sub-master, Skowhegan High School.
Pearson, Ralph Howard, B. S., Guilford.
* Perkins, Connor Arthur, B. S.
Phinney, Alverdo Linwood, B. S., 564 Westbrook St., So. Portland,
General Engineer and Contractor.
Porter, Karl Byron, B. S., Old Town.
Quimby, John Herman, B. S., Room 2008, 154 Nassau St., New York
City, N. Y,
Assistant Engineer, N. Y. Public Service Commission, First
Sampson, Charles Henry, B. S., Orono,
Tutor in Mechanical Drawing, University of Maine.
Sawyer, James Herbert, B. S., 60 Wall St., New York City, N. Y.,
Civil Engineer, with Ralph D. Mershon, Const. Engineer.
t Scott, Walter Erwin, B. S.
Sinclair, Karl Augustus, B. S., Guayquil, Equador,
Transitman Guayquil and Quito R. R.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 69
Small, Alvah Randall, B. S., 382 East Ohio St., Chicago, 111.,
Assistant Engineer Underwriters' Laboratories Inc.
Small, Lottie Luella, B. A., Auburn, Me.
Smith, Leroy Clifton, B. S., Tangerine, Orange Co., Fla.,
Manager, Pine Ola Fruit and Vegetable Farm.
t Soderstrom, Godfrey Leonard, B. S.
Stewart, George Thomas, B. S., Box 102, McComb, Miss.,
Division Engineer, Illinois Central R. R., La. Div.
Strickland, Roy Elgin, B. S., General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Electrical Engineer, Power and Mining Dept.
Talbot, James Rich, B. S., East Machias,
Agent for timber lands; farmer.
Taylor, Alec Gladstone, B. S., Helena, Mont.
Civil Engineer Helena Power Transmission Co.
Taylor, Elliot Williams, B. S., 101 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass.,
Assistant in M. E. Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of
Taylor, Howard Smith, B. S., Care of George F. Hardy, 309 Broadway,
New York City, N. Y.,
Taylor, Thomas Francis, B. A., A. M., Orono, (Home address, 44
Curve St., Bangor),
Principal of High School, Orono.
Tucker, John Voden, B. S., 16 Prescott St., Cambridge, Mass.,
Stu'dent, Boston University Law School.
Turner, Roland Lee, B. S., East Berlin, Conn., Box 74,
Draftsman, American Bridge Co., East Berlin, Conn.
Webster, Francis Howe, B. S., 9 Wescott St., Portland, Me.,
Student in Maine Medical School.
Whipple, Albert Lawrence, B. S., Shawmut, Care of Shawmut Mfg. Co.,
Engineer, in charge of Construction with G. F. Hardy, 309
Broadway, New York City, N. Y.
Abbott, Curtis Eames, B. S., 822 Cherry St., Fort Worth, Texas,
Assistance Engineer, Maintenance of Way, Fort Worth & Den-
ver City Ry.
Alden, Carl Howard, B. S., 294 Maple St., Holyoke, Mass.,
Foreman in Drill Dept. of Dean Steam Pump Co.
Alton, Ralph Henry, B. S., 42 Cherry St., Lynn, Mass.
Asst. Elect. Eng. and Construction Foreman in Gen Electric Co.,
Schenectady, N. Y. Associate member American Institute of
Ames, Bertram Eugene, B. S., 16 Gage St., Lynn, Mass.,
Inspection Dept., Factory Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 31 Milk St.,
* Anthony, Gould Royden, B. A.
70 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Armstrong, George Otty, B. S., 308 Germania Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Dept., General Electric Co.
Bachelder, Herbert Walter, B. S., McCall Ferry, Lancaster Co., Pa.,
Master Mechanic for the McCall Ferry Power Co.
Bailey, Charles Lester, B. S., Newlon, Montana, Care U. S. R. S-,
Civil Engineer in charge of Field Party.
Balentine, Florence, B. A., 2472 Marion Ave., Fordham, N. Y.
(Airs. Emory F. Hanaburgh.)
Beale, Harry Orlando, B. S., Fort Shaw, Mont.,
Asst. Eng. U. S. Reclamation Service.
f Blaisdell, Harry George, B. S.
Bowles, Clayton Wass, B. S., Glendive, Mont.,
Assistant Engineer, U. S. R. S.
Breed, Archer Fuller, B. S., Permanent Address, Breed St., Lynn, Mass.,
Student, Technische Hochschule, Charlottenburg, Germany.
Brown, Archer Norwood, B. S., 2101 Elm Ave., Station H., Cincinnati,
Commercial Electrical Engineer, with Allis-Chalmers Co.
Brown, Ernest Carroll, B. S., 16 Cross St., Detroit, Mich.,
Switchboard Installer, with Dean Electric Co.
Carle, George Wilmot, B. S., 304 9th Ave., S. W., Roanoke, Va.,
Draftsman, Virginia Bridge & Iron Co., Roanoke, Va.
Chatto, Byron Herbert, B. S., 11 Congress St., Lynn, Mass.,
Testing Dept., General Electric Co.
Collins, Arthur Winfield, B. S., Room 2 Abrahamson Building, Oakland,
Civil Engineer Western Pacific R. R.
Cotton, Ernest Linwood, B. S., 34 Temple St., Waterville, Me.,
Chemist, Hollingsworth & Whitney Co.
Cowan, Benjamin Mosher, B. S., 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass., Care of
Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation,
Superintendent of Construction.
Cowles, Harry Davis, B. S., Ph. C, 330 West 28th St., New York, N. Y.,
Assistant Chief of Research Laboratories of Westinghouse
Crowe, Francis Trenholm, B. S., Newlon, Mont,
Civil Engineer for James Mann & Co., Deadwood, S. D.
Crowe, James Wilkinson, B. S., 501 Becker St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
With General Electric Co.
Dinsmore, Ernest LeRoy, B. A., Newport,
Principal of Newport High School.
Dow, Henry Kingman, M. A., Mercer, Pa.,
Principal, Mercer Academy.
Drummond, Robert Rutherford, B. S., 202 So. 37th St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Graduate Student. (Harrison Fellow at the University of Penn-
Flanders, Frank Leroy, B. S., Box 112, Orono,
Civil Engineering, with Orono Pulp & Paper Co.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 7*
Foss, Howard Colburn, B. S., Care Stone & Webster, 84 State St.,
With Stone & Webster.
Foubert, Charles Leon, B. S., 1341 L. St., N. W., Washington, D. C,
Chemist Aid, Bureau of Plant Industry.
Fowles, Raymond Arthur, B. A., M. A., North Attleboro, Mass.,
Minister of Trinity Church.
French, Prentiss Edwin, B. S., 531 West 113th St., New York City,
Engineering Dept, New York Telephone Company.
Gulliver, Edward Charles, B. S., 120 Exchange St., Portland,
Civil Engineer, Dept. of Public Works, Portland.
Harding, Brydone Ellsworth, B. S., Danforth,
Harlow, Clarence Burr, B. S., Weaver Block, Elyria, Ohio,
Engineering Dept., Dean Electric Co.
Harvey, Bartle Trott, B. S., M. F., Orono,
Forester, with the Great Northern Paper Co.
Haskell, Ralph Webster, B. S., Westbrook,
With Haskell Silk Company.
Hayes, Andrew Jenkins, B. S., Newlon, Montana,
Assistant Engineer, United States Reclamation Service.
Higgins, Roy Edwin, B. S-, 144 South 6th East St., Salt Lake City, Utah,
Electrical Engineer, Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Company.
Hilliard, Edward Knight, B. S., 21 Milk St., Boston, Mass.,
Broker's Office. Salesman.
Hilton, Horace Alden, B. S., Home address, 385 Union St., Bangor.
Hopkins, Leonard Otis, B. S., Phcenixville, Pa.
Huntington, George Kemp, B. S., 6131 Lexington Ave., Chicago, 111.,
With Western Electric Company.
Johnstone, Leslie Ingalls, B. S., Orono,
Instructor in Civil Engineering, University of Maine.
Kay, Frank Wilbur, B. S., High Bridge, N. J.,
Inspector of Construction, Taylor Iron & Steel Co.
Learned, Frank Everett, B. S., Milwaukee, Wis.,
Erecting Engineer, with Allis Chalmers Company, Erecting
McClure, James Harvey, B. S., 31 Pond St., Bangor,
With J. W. McClure, Insurance, 49 Hammond St., Bangor.
McDermott, John Augustine, B. S., 5750 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Chemical Engineer, with Armour & Company, Chicago.
Maddocks, William Samuel, B. S., 730 Board of Trade Bldg., Boston,
Mass., (House address) 10 Chandler St., West Somerville,
Erecting Engineer, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
Martin, Lloyd Arthur, B. S., 1224 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Transitman and Computer, Topographical Bureau of Queen's,
New York City, N. Y.
72 UNIVERSITY 0£ MAINE
May, John, B. S., 107 West 123rd St., New York City, N. Y.,
Engineering Dept, New York Tel. Co.
Mitchell, Lester Hale, B. S., Glendive, Mont,
Assistant Engineer, for the U. S. Reclamation Service.
Moody, Clare Joseph, B. S., Glendive, Mont,
Assistant Engineer, in U. S. Reclamation Service.
Moody, Percival Ray, B. S., Boonton, N. J.,
Sales Department, General Storage Battery Co.
Pennell, Charles Weston, B. S., 28 Union St., Willimantic, Conn.,
Engineer with J. W. Bishop Co., Contractors.
Powell, Mabel Frances, B. S., Ipswich, Mass.,
Ricker, William Jewett, B. S., Turner,
General Agriculture and Orcharding.
Rogers, Elmer George, B. S., 27 Parker St., Port Chester, N. Y.,
Sampson, Freeman Marston, B. S., Orono.
Sands, Roy Granville, B. S., 143 West Bridge St., Elyria, Ohio,
Engineering Dept., Dean Electric Company.
Seabury, Ralph Lowe, B. S., Haines, Alaska.
Shaw, Walter Jefferson, B. S., 150 Commercial St., Boston, Mass.,
Electrical Construction for E. C. Lewis Co., 121 Federal St.,
Smith, Carl David, B. S., U. S Geological Survey, Technologic Branch,
Washington, D. C,
Assistant Engineer in charge, Gas Producer Section.
Smith, Dwight Freeman, B. S., 269 Madison Ave., Skowhegan,
Field Assistant, U. S. Geological Survey, Fuel Testing Plant.
Snell, Roy Martin, B. S., Ralston, Wyo.,
Assistant Engineer, U. S. Reclamation Service.
Sprague, Adelbert Wells, B. S., M. A., 217 Union Street, Bangor.
Stanley, Howard Arthur, B. S., Care of General Electric Company,
Schenectady, N. Y.,
Sweet, Calvin Arthur, B. S., Elyria, Ohio,
Roadman, installing telephone switchboards.
Sweetser, Ernest Osgood, B. S., St. Louis, Mo.,
Instructor in Civil Engineering, Washington University, St.
Talbot, Fred William, B. S., Las Cascadas, Canal Zone, Panama,
Taylor, Roy Edmund, B. S., 229 Summer St., Stanford, Conn.,
Draftsman, N. Y, N. H. & H. R. R., New Haven, Conn.
Thatcher, Henry David Thoreau, B. S., Wharton, N. J.,
Resident Engineer, Wharton Steel Company.
Thomas, Burton Merrill, B. S., 30 Deering Ave., Portland, Me.,
CATALOG 01? GRADUATES 73
Thomas, Herbert Arthur, B. S., Andover,
Thomas, Lucian Alvah, B. S., 107 West 123rd St., New York City, N. Y.,
Draftsman, with Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co.
Thomas, Edward Calderwood, B. S., 119 North Main St., Poplar Bluff,
Draining Engineer of District No. 7 and No. 8.
Trafton, Ernest Eugene, B. S, 15 Dey St, New York City, N. Y,
In charge of Laboratory, New York Telephone Co.
Trask, Oland Wilbur, B. S, 10 Hersey St, Portland,
Artesian Well Constructor.
Weeks, Carl Wellington, B. S, 811 Franklin Ave, Wilkinsburg, Pa,
Electrical Engineer, Acting Foreman, Department of Stand-
ards, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
Wentworth, Marion Barry, B. S, 50 West Hamilton Place, Jersey City,
(Mrs. C. O. Perkins.)
White, Alphonzo, B. S, Indian Orchard, Mass,
Draftsman for Chapman Vlave Co.
White, Frank Osmond, B. S, Grand Falls, Newfoundland,
Civil Engineer, Anglo Newfoundland Development Co.
Whittier, Arthur Craig, B. S, Orono,
Chemist, at Maine Agricultural Experiment Station.
Wood, Alphonso, B. S, Valhalla, N. Y, Care Board of Water Supply,
Abbott, Herbert Lester, B. S, Bucksport,
Draftsman, N. Y, N. H. & H. R. R., Boston Office ■
Bacon, Roy Sawtelle, B. S, Oakland, R. F. D. 36,
Banks, Frank Arthur, B. S, Glendive, Mont,
Irrigation Engineering, Junior Engineer.
Bearce, Henry Walter, B. S, (Home address, Hebron, Maine),
Instructor in Physics, University of Maine, Orono.
Bearce, Winfield Dexter, B. S, 71 1 Becker St, Schenectady, N. Y,
Tester General Electric Co.
Bennett, Arthur Guy, B. S, McCall Ferry, Pa,
Supt. of Electrical Construction, with the McCall Ferry Power
Bolt, Richard Arthur, B. A, Winsor Hotel, Fredericton, N. B,
Clergyman, Curate of Christ's Church.
Brockie, John Meikle, B. S, Orono,
Clergyman, First Congregational Church.
Brown, Everett Dana, B. S, Caguas, Porto Rico,
Treasury Department of P. R. Revenue Agent.
74 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Burke, Walter Horace, B. S., (Home address, Kennebunk), The Winde-
mere, Mansfield, Ohio,
Electrical Engineer. Assistant Engineer, Railway Engineering
Division, Ohio Brass Co.
Butterworth, Albert Jared, B. S., 834 So. Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111.,
With Western Electric Company.
Campbell, Charles William, B. S., S. 308 Grant St., Spokane, Wash.
Carlson, Gotthard Wilhelm, B. S., Village Ave., Dedham, Mass.,
With New England Tel. and Tel. Co., Engineers Dept, Boston,
Cassey, Sidney, B. S., 16 Linden Ave., Greenville, N. J.,
With New York Telephone Company, Engineering Dept.
Churchill, Howard Lincoln, B. S., Skowhegan, R. F. D. 2,
Colcord, Joanna Carver, B. S., Orono,
Assistant Chemist in Agricultural Experiment Station,
de Coligny, Guerric Gaspard, B. S., 1538 Chapel St., or American Cotton
Oil Co., 443 East 6th St., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Chemist, for American Cotton Oil Co.
Crowell, Lincoln, B. S., Forest Service, Washington, D. C,
Currier, Charles Ellsworth, B. S., 330 West 28th St., New York City,
Lamp Inspector for the Electrical Testing Laboratories, East
End Ave., and 8th St.
Dolbier, William Ray, B. S., East Berlin, Conn.,
Draftsman at the Commercial Bridge Office.
Edwards, Dayton James, B. S-, Orono,
Instructor in Biology, University of Maine.
Elliott, Hallet Carroll, B. S., 129 Cottage St., Everett, Mass.,
Draftsman, New England Structural Company, Everett, Mass.
Elms, James William, B. S., Haskells, N. J.,
Chemist, with Dupont Powder Co.
Emery, Harry Alvah, B. S., Room 1, Grand Central Station, Annex, N.
Y. ; Residence, 413 W. 117 St., New York City,
Draftsman, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R.
Forbes, Clinton Fairfield, B. S., Buckfield.
Frost, Walter Oscar, B. S., Minnising, Michigan,
State Game, Fish, and Forest Warden for Luce, Alger and
Schoolcraft Counties, Michigan.
Galland, Joseph, B. S., Kemper Military School, Boonville, Mo.,
Instructor in Romance Languages.
Glover, Philip Howard, B. S., (Home address, Harrington, Me.),
Junior Engineer, U. S. Reclamation Service.
Gray, Claude Albert, B. S., Stanhope, N. J.,
Concrete Construction Foreman.
Harlow, Frederic Hall, B. S., Gorham, Me.,
Agriculture and Lumbering.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 75
Hews, Wellington Prescott, B. S., Box 928, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho,
Resident Engineer, Idaho & Northwestern Ry.
Hill, George Herbert, B. S., Saco.
Hodgdon, Carolyn Adelle, B. A., Livermore Falls,
Assistant, in Livermore Falls High School.
Howard, Lester Boynton, B. S., Box 665, Augusta,
Insurance Engineer, with Granite State Fire Insurance Co.
Hoxie, Harold Shepherd, B. S., 1302 N. 49th St., Seattle, Wash,
With C. M. & St. P. R. R.
Hoxie, Harvey Hamlin, B. S, Second & Howard Sts, San Francisco,
Salesman, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
Johnson, Caleb Hartwell, B. S, Claremont, N. H, Care of Sullivan
Jones, Gertrude May, B. S, Greenville,
Assistant teacher in Greenville High School.
Karl, Harold Lewis, B. S, 6 Chestnut St., Schenectady, N. Y,
Tester in the General Electric Co.
Kittridge, Raymond Brown, B. S, 70 East Dane St, Beverly, Mass,
Engineering Department, M. C. R. R.
Lang, Charles Libby, B. S, 16 Market St, West Lynn, Mass,
With General Electric Co.
Lord, Ralph Edwin, B. S, 413 West 117th St, New York City, N. Y,
Engineering Department of The National Fireproofing Co, Flat
Iron Building, N. Y.
Lovett, Merton Rooks, B. S, 63 Federal St, Beverly, Mass,
Superintendent Cut Leather, Firm of John Lovett.
McDermott, William Lawrence, B. S, Laconia, N. H,
With Laconia Car Works.
Nichols, Leroy Cleveland, B. S, 32 North 13th St, Allentown, Pa,
Electrician, with the Lehigh Valley Transit Co.
Olds, Robert Franklin, B. S, 52 Monument St, Portland,
Engineering. Employed by Charles W. Fenn, 11 Exchange St.,
Owen, George Stuart, B. S, 13 Hill St, Portland,
Overseer, with the United States Engineers.
Paige, James Lonsdale, B. S, 4 Foster St, Southbridge, Mass,
Foreman of Machine Shop, American Optical Co.
Perry, Estelle, B. S, Spearfish, South Dakota,
Critic teacher, State Normal School, Spearfish, So. Dak.
Porter, Roy Hiram, B. S, Ames, Iowa,
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State College.
Prince, Charles Edward, B. S, 6 Chestnut St, Schenectady, N. Y,
Tester in General Electric Company.
Reed, Frank Radford, Jr., B. S, Rum ford Falls.
Reynolds, Thomas Harold, B. S, Ridlonville,
Clerk in office of Oxford Paper Company of Rumford Falls.
j6 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE)
Richards, Earle Revere, B. S., Rupert, Idaho,
Junior Engineer, U. S. Reclamation Service.
Richardson, Alton Willard, B. S., Bethel,
Rogers, David Nathan, B. S., Hot Springs, Calif.,
Forest Assistant, United States Forest Service.
Ross, Harold Dockum, B. S., 272 Tyler St., Pittsfleld, Mass.,
Apprentice, with the Stanley Electric & Mfg. Co.
Sawyer, Edgar John, B. S., Milbridge,
Sherman, Raphael Simmons, B. S., 80 Camden St., Rockland,
With Eastern S. S. Co., Rockland.
Simmons, Frederick Johnson, B. A., Pembroke, Mass.,
Teacher, Principal of Pembroke High School.
Simmons, John Percy, B. S., 138 12th St., Long Island City, N. Y.,
Inspector of Tunnels, with the East River Division of Pennsyl-
vania & L. I. R. R. Co.
Smith, Ralph Seldon, B. S., 337 West 15th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Telephone Engineer, with Western Electric Co.
Southard, Frederick Dean, B. S., Borestown, N. B., Canada, Miramichi
Sparrow, Arthur Leonard, B. S., South Orleans, Mass.
Stanford, Edward Arthur, B. S., West Kennebunk,
Stevens, Fred Oramel, B. S., 15 Mystic St., East Somerville, Mass.,
Civil Engineer, with War Department, U. S. Engineers' Office,
25 Pemberton Sq., Boston, Mass.
Stewart, Frank Carroll, B. S., Farmington.
Tarbox, George Rogers, B. S., 39 Washington St., New Britain, Conn.,
Assistant Mechanical Engineer, American Hardware Corpora-
Wallace, James Gordon, B. S., 35 Emery St., Portland, Me.
Webber, Mary Frances, B. A., Water Works, State St., Bangor.
Weymouth, Arthur Pettingill, B. S., 730 Board of Trade Building, Bos-
Erecting Engineer for the Boston Erecting Dept, Westinghouse
Electric and Manufacturing Co.
Whitmore, Albert Ames, B. S., 846 Wisconsin St., Racine, Wis.,
Teacher of History in Racine High School.
Aiken, Edith Nora, B. A., (Home address, Brewer, Me.),
Teacher, in Sangerville High School, Sangerville, Me.
Alexander, William Wesley Bannister, B. S., Stamford, Conn.,
Instructor in Science and Advanced Mathematics, Manor School,
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Alton, Francis Osgood, B. S., 64 Washington Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Dept., General Electric Co.
Austin, Alton Arthur, B. S., Ridlonville,
Balentine, Marion, B. A., Orono,
Teacher in Mathematics and Physics, Orono High School.
Barrows, Arad Thompson, B. S., Milton, N. H.,
Inspector of Concrete dam, Auburn, Me.
Barrows, Lucius Dwelley, B. S., Office of Public Roads, Washington,
Civil Engineer, Office of Public Roads.
Bates, John Thaxter, B. S., Box 22, Station A., Ames, Iowa,
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State College,
Bean, Ernest Daniel, B. S., (Home address, 539 South St., Waltham,
Inspector on Construction, Penn. R. R. East River Tunnels,
N. Y. City.
Bean, Perry Ashley, B. S., Box 170 Shattuck, Okla., Care of Civil
Engineering Dept., A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co.
Bird, Sidney Morse, 2nd, B. S., 175 Broadway, Rockland.
Black, Waker Wright, B. S., 20 Fayette St., Beverly, Mass.,
Draftsman. United Shoe Machinery Co.
Brann, Benjamin Erwin, B. S., 145 East 47th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Construction Department, International Paper Co.
Brawn, Elwin Dresser, B. S., 200 South Ave., Bridgeport, Conn.,
Experimental Dept., Locomobile Co.
Brown, Amon Benjamin, B. S., Newlon, Mont.,
Burleigh, John Holmes, B. S., 178 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass., Care
N. W. Harris & Co., Bankers,
Burns, Caleb Edgar Slocum, B. S., Fort Fairfield.
Cayting, Arno Burr, B. S., 112 South Main St., Brewer,
Traveling Salesman for Bower & Bartlett, Boston, Mass.
Claflin, Francis Marsh Albee, B. S., 79 No. Common St., Lynn, Mass.,
Assistant Chemist, with General Electric Co.
Clayton, Robert Edmund, B. S., Orono,
Instructor in Chemistry, University of Maine.
Coffin, Roy Selwyn, B. S., 353 Hammond St., Bangor.
Connell, Bennett Robert, B. S., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Department, General Electric Co.
Cummings, Elmer Wallace, B. S., 465 West 57th St., New York City,
Draftsman and Surveyor, Sanborn Map Co.
78 UNIVERSITY OE MAINE
Davis, Charles Eugene, B. S., Steelton, Pa.,
Computer and Draftsman, with Frog & Switch Dept of Penn-
sylvania Steel Co.
Devereux, Rosmar Styer, B. S., Castine,
Building Phi Eta Kappa Chapter House, at the University of
Druery, Edward James, B. S., Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Bangor,
Chemist, with the Eastern Manufacturing Co., So. Brewer.
Ellis, Harold Milton, B. A., Box 256, Orono,
Graduate student at University of Maine, and teacher of Eng-
lish in Orono High School.
Erskine, Fred Stoddard Neville, B. S., 31 Falcon St., East Boston, Mass.
Fagan, James Patrick Vincent, B. S., 40 Willard St., Berlin, N. H.,
Assistant Chemist, with Burgess Sulphite Fibre Co., Berlin,
Galland, Joseph, B. S., Kemper Military School, Boonville, Mo.,
Instructor in Romance Languages.
Garland, Carlotte Nathaniel, B. A., 15 School Street, Bar Harbor,
Gellerson, Rex Carleton, B. S., Orono,
Inspector of Foods, Drugs, Feeding Stuffs, Fertilizers, & Seeds,
for Maine Agricultural Experiment Station. m .
Goodrich, Joe Kinsman, B. S., 834 South Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111.,
Schedule Clerk, Western Electric Co., Chicago, 111.
Goodwin, George Parlin, B. S., Skowhegan.
Green, Herbert Henry, B. S., Spencer, Mass.
Working for C. H. Green, Florist.
Hall, William Dickson, B. S., Presque Isle,
Sub-Master, Aroostook State Normal School.
Hamlin, Roy Gilbert, B. S., Gorham, N. H.
Harlow, Edward Thomas, B. S., Lynn, New Mexico,
Transitman on construction for A. T. & S. F. Ry.
Harvell, John Perham, B. S., 10 Holborn St., Roxbury, Mass.,
New England Tel. & Tel. Co., Traffic Dept.
Hayward, Guy Edwin, B. A., 30 East 21st St., New York City, N. Y.,
Factory Foreman, Columbia Shade Cloth Co.
Hodgkins, Alden E., B. S., Damariscotta Mills,
Master of Mathematics, Monson Academy, Monson, Mass.
Hodgkins, Lincoln Hall, B. S.
Holbrook, Franklin Pratt, B. S., 8 Carroll St., Trenton, N. J.,
Draftsman, with the American Bridge Co.
Hooper, Elmer Guy, B. S., Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.,
Instructor in Civil Engineering in Washington University.
Hosmer, Fred Pote, B. S., 7416 Washington Ave., Swissvale, Pa.,
Assistant Chemist, Carnegie Steel Co.,
Hussey, Erwin Howard, B. S., Guilford,
Inspector, East River Tunnels, for the Pennsylvania R. R.,
Front St., L. I. City, N. Y.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 79
Hutchins, Wilbury Owen, B. S., Orland.
Judkins, Ernest LaRoy, B. S., 306 Germania Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Course, with General Electric Co.
Keirstead, Horton Wilmot, B. S., Care of Hollingsworth & Whitney Co.,
Waterville, (Home address, Oakland, R. F. D. 35),
Knowlton, Herbert Austin, B. S., 306 Germania Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Dept, General Electric Co.
Lambe, Emerson Peavy, B. S., U. S. S. Hancock, Brooklyn Navy Yard,
Elecrician, U. S. Navy.
Lambe, Reginald Robert, B. S., Calais.
Lekberg, Carl Henry, B. S., Worcester Pressed Steel Co., Worcester,
Assistant to Superintendent, Worcester Pressed Steel Co.
Lisherness, Ernest, B. S., 86 Exchange St., Bangor, Care C. W. Mullen,
Assistant Engineer, Madeleine Valley R. R.
Lord, Arthur Russell, B. S., Orono,
Tutor in Civil Engineering, University of Maine.
MacDonald, Karl, B. S., 578 72nd Ave., West Allis, Wis.,
Student Apprentice, with Allis Chalmers Co.
McKenzie, Herman Ellis, B. S., Forest Service, Washington, D. C,
Testing Assistant in the Forest Service.
Maddocks, Frank Everett, B. S., Greensburg, Pa., West Pittsburg St.,
' Draftsman, K. C. & C. Co.
Malloy, Thomas Angelo, B. S., 12 Wood St., Lewiston.
Mansfield, Mildred Charlotte, B. A., Orono,
Teacher, in Orono High School.
Martin, Charles Henry, B. S., East Bridgewater, Mass.,
Chief Engineer, and Superintendent in erecting Power Plant.
Matthieu, Joseph Clarence, B. S., Elyria, Ohio, Care Dean Electric Cq
Telephone Switchboard Work.
Merrill, Joseph Farrington, B. S., Orono,
Assistant Chemist, Experiment Station, Orono.
Mitchell, Robie Lawton, B. A., Bangor,
Student at University of Maine College of Law, Bangor.
Morse, Warren, B. A., Brewer,
Minister of the First Congregational Church, Brewer.
Newman, Max Gibson, B. S., 785 State St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Department, General Electric Co.
Nickels, Herbert Lewis, B. S., Cherryfleld.
Orne, Sidney Baxter, B. S., South Baltimore, Md.,
Cadet Engineer, U. S. Revenue Cutter Service.
Packard, Harry Ellsworth, B. S., East Winthrop,
Construction Work, Adell Manufacturing Co., Groveton, N. H.
Pennell, Alcot Johnson, B. S., Dean Electric Co., Elyria, Ohio,
80 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
Perry, Tedcastle Bigelow, B. S., 4521 Walter Ave., Norwood Station,
With Allis Chalmers Electric Co.
Philbrook, Earle Walter, B. S., Lynn, New Mexico,
Masonry Inspector, A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co.
Pierce, Stephen Frank, B. S., 325 Walnut St., Steelton, Pa.,
Draftsman on special electric and steam R. R. Work, Pennsyl-
vania Steel Co.
Purington, Heber Penn., B. S., Steelton, Pa.,
With the Pennsylvania Steel Co., Frog & Switch Dept, Calcu-
lator & Draftsman on street railway and steam railroad special
Quint, Raymon Alton, B. S., 773 State St., Schenectady, N. Y.,
Testing Dept., General Electric Co.
Read, Carroll Arthur, B. S., 337 West 15th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Engineering Assistant, N. Y. Tel. Co.
Reed, Lowell Jacob, B. S., Orono,
Instructor in Mathematics and Physics at University of Maine.
Ridge, Reginald, B. S., 22 Gray St., Portland.
Rollins, Dean Whittier, B. A., Clinton,
Principal of High School, Clinton.
Rounds, Albert Prentiss, B. S., Lujane, Colo.,
Concrete foreman on Gunnison tunnel.
St. Onge, Walter James, B. S., 67 John R. St., Detroit, Mich.,
Travelling Switchboard Agent for Dean Electric Co., Elyria,
Sampson, Arthur Haskell, B. S., Orono.
Schoppe, William Freeman, B. S., Kingston, R. I.,
Assistant in Animal Feeding, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Kingston, R. I.
Stetson, Everett Halliday, B. S., Herminie, Pa.,
Civil Engineer, with Ocean Coal Co., Herminie, Pa.
Stetson, Howard Carlton, B. S., Orman, South Dakota,
Junior Engineer, in U. S. Reclamation Service.
Stevens, Albert William, B. S., Orono.
Stone, William Elmer, B. S., 10 Imlay St., Hartford, Conn.,
Purchasing Agent for the Automatic Refrigerating Co.
Swift, Porter LaForrest, B. S., 666 Chalkstone Ave., Providence, R. I.,
Engineering Dept., American Locomotive Co.
Talbot, Richard Foster, B. S., Andover,
Tate, Edith Mabel, B. S., East Corinth,
Teacher, in Brownville High School.
Tebbets, Charles Bucknam, B. S., Auburn.
Toner, Ernest Leroy, B. S., Orono,
Forestry work. On government work on white birch in Maine.
Totman, Arnold Washington, B. S., 6008 Jefferson Ave., Chicago, 111.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 8l
Washburn, Willis Flye, B. S., Orono,
Instructor in Chemistry at University of Maine.
Williams, Benjamin Franklin, B. S., Bellgrove, Idaho, Care of Fighting
Creek Rightaway R. R. Co.,
Civil Engineering on Idaho & Northwestern Ry.
Wilson, Elmer Josiah, B. S., 463 Chestnut St., Lynn, Mass.
Wilson, Jesse Davis, B. S., Brunswick.
Witham, Lester Clyde, B. S., North Anson.
Wyman, Abel Percy, B. S., Bangor, "The Jerrard,"
Civil Engineer for Maine Central R. R.
York, Verne Jerome, B. S., 337 West 15th St., New York City, N. Y.,
In the Student Course, at Western Electric Co.
GRADUATES OF SHORT COURSES
Those marked (L. E.) completed the course in library economy;
others the short pharmacy course.
Hamilton, Geneva Ring, (L. E.), 49 Dix St., Dorchester, Mass.,
(Mrs. F. H. Bowerman.)
Ring, Virginia Mary, (L. E.), Sangerville,
(Mrs. D. O. Campbell.)
Sheridan, Lena Matilda, (L. E.), Orono,
(Mrs. A. B. Aubert.)
Green, Carrie Smythe, (L. E.), 7 Fayette St., Cambridge, Mass.,
(Mrs. Wm. J. Campbell.)
Vinal, Rena Pearl, (L. E.), Orono.
Bartlett, Charles Simming, Cor. Turner and Summer Sts., Auburn,
Bird, James Alfred, 571 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass.,
Gardner, Hope, (L. E.), Piercefield, N. Y.,
(Mrs. S. C. Dillingham.)
Keirstead, Alvin Willard, Lisbon Falls,
McCrillis, Ernest Julian, 132 N. Main St., Concord, N. H.,
McCrillis, William George, Bristol, N. H.,
Nute, Alfred James, Ph. G., B. S., M. D., Ellis Island, New York City,
Surgeon, U. S. Marine Hospital Service.
Parker, Dora Lucinda, (L. E.), Danvers, Mass.,
White, Charles Harry, Orono,
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tCleaves, Daniel Lunt, B. S.
Hall, Fred Elmer, Houlton,
Shipping Business, (Potatoes, Bailed Hay, etc.)
MacDougal, Wilbur Edwin, M. D., East Millinocket,
Physician and Surgeon.
Mitchell, Curtis Boyce, Unity,
Walton, Russell Davenport, M. D., Frankfort,
Webster, William Bryant, Ph. G., 580 Broad St., East Weymouth, Mass.,
Druggist, 720 Broad St.
Crowell, William Henry, 254 Main St., New Britain, Conn.,
Druggist, Proprietor of Park Drug Store.
Larrabee, George Pearson, Ph. C, Presque Isle,
Kerr & Larrabee, Pharmacists.
Taft, DeForest Reed, Ph. C, Winchester, N. H.,
Berry, Richard Henry, Ph. C, Pittsfield,
Sanford, John Foy, Ph. C, York Village,
Proprietor of Drug Store.
Burns, Frank Percy, Ph. C, Van Buren,
Manager, Van Buren Drug Co.
Clarke, Ralph Everett, Ph. C, Kittery,
Tate, Walter Maurice, Ph. C, Bangor,
Drug Clerk, Caldwell Sweet & Co.
Cowan, Ernest Lester, Ph. C, Rumford Falls,
Cowles, Harry Davis, Ph. C, B. S., 330 West 28th St., New York, N. Y.,
Assistant Chief Research Laboratories Westinghouse Lamp Co.
Hoyt, Andy Laurin, Ph. C, South Windham,
Race, James Leroy, Ph. C, East Boothbay,
Race & Co., Druggists.
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Chandler, Mary Ruggles, Ph. C, Columbia Falls,
Derby, Frank Albert, Ph. C, 145 Lisbon St., Lewiston,
Huen, Charles John, Ph. C, 41 Hampshire St., Auburn,
Manager, O. W. Jones, Branch Store.
Kittridge, John Raymond, Ph. C, Rockland.
Sikes, Walter Scott, Ph. C, 827 State St., Springfield, Mass.,
Bailey, Frank Linwood, Ph. C, 47 Pleasant Ave., Woodfords,
Clerk, Chapman & Wyman's Pharmacy.
Chaney, Irvin Wayne, Ph. C, 7 Hersom St., Stoneham, Mass.,
Analytical Chemist, E. L. Patch Laboratory.
Hurd, William Bromley, Ph. C, 313 Union St., Lynn, Mass.,
Prescription Clerk, Ropes Drug Co.
Reemie, Edgar Warren, Ph. C, Holliston, Mass.,
Gordon, Harry Leon, Ph. C, Boston, Mass.,
Clerk Adams House Pharmacy.
Marr, Leon Herbert, Ph. C, Farmington,
Beal, Arthur Nathaniel, Ph. C, 350 Washington St., Lynn, Mass.
Butterfield, Carroll Curtis, Ph. C, Dover,
Pharmacist, with Larkin Drug Co., Waterville.
Findlen, Thomas Miles, Ph. C, Caribou.
Riddle, Harry Colburn, Ph. C, Monson.
Saunders, William Houston, Ph. C, 154 High St., Newburyport, Mass.,
Clerk in High St., Pharmacy.
White, Frank Manly, Ph. C, Vinalhaven,
Apothecary, with Lyford & Ginn, Vinalhaven.
CATALOG 01? GRADUATES 85
COLLEGE OF LAW
Fenderson, Frank Devereux, LL. B., Limerick,
Lawyer. (Lord & Fenderson.)
Graham, Herbert Lewis, LL. B., Bar Harbor,
McGill, Laurence Vincent, LL. B., Rooms 10 and n Dodge Bldg.,
Rochester, N. H.,
Lawyer and Judge of Municipal Court. «
Barker, Lewis Appleton, LL. B., Bangor,
Cook, Harold Elijah, LL. B., 211-213 Savings Bank Bldg., Waterville,
Dolan, John Frederick, LL. B., Bangor.
Foss, Paul Frank, LL. B., 212 American Bank Building, Seattle, Wash.,
Gerrish, Hiram, LL. B., Brownville,
Gibbs, Bernard, B. Ph., LL. B., Madison,
Graton, Claude Dewing, M. A., LL. B., Burlington, Vt,
Hobson, Ernest Emery, LL. B., Palmer, Mass.,
Hutchings, Edward, LL. B., Appleton Bldg., Cor. Water and Kilby Sts.,
Jones, Freeland, Bangor,
Ludgate, Verdi, LL. B., Sherman Mills,
McCarthy, Matthew, LL. B., Rumford Falls,
Mackay, John Daniel, LL. M., Quincy, Mass.,
Mills, Chester Horace, LL. B., Jackman,
Phillips, Harold John, LL. B., Skowhegan,
Pierce, Howard, LL. B., Mars Hill,
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*Price, Arthur Wellington, LL. B.
Robinson, Agnes May, LL. B., Sherman Station,
(Mrs. Agnes R. Goodwin.)
Sargent, Walter Joseph, B. A., LL. B., Brewer,
Schwartz, Lewis Harry, LL. B., Bay State Bldg., Lawrence, Mass.,
Small, Frank Jackson, A. B., LL. B., 173 Main St., Waterville,
Stevenson, James Bissett, LL. B., Rumford Falls,
Theriault, Dana Leo, LL. B., Rumford Falls,
Thompson, Frederick Everett, A. B., LL. B., The Westminster, , Boston,
Broker. Hamlin, Thompson & Sheldon.
Waterhouse, William Henry, LL. B., Old Town,
Williams, Dana Scott, LL. B., 215 Lisbon St., Lewiston,
Butler, Ernest Clifford, LL. B., Skowhegan,
tButterfield, Benjamin Franklin, LL. B.
Foster, Nathan Grant, A. M., LL. B., Ridlonville,
Plumstead, Frank, LL. B., 20 Hammond St., Bangor,
Anderson, Thomas Alexander, LL. B., Pittsfield,
Dunn, Patrick Henry, LL. B., 83 Chamberlain St., Brewer,
Real Estate Agent, 49 Hammond St., Bangor.
Holman, Charles Vey, LL. M., 88 Broadway, Bangor,
Lawyer, offices 20 Pemberton Sq., Room 806, Boston, Mass., and
144 Exchange St., Bangor.
Kenniston, Hartley Garfield, LL. B., 85 Market St., Portland,
General Agent National Casualty Company.
Lord, Harry, LL. B., 79 Exchange St., Bangor,
Mackay, Malcolm, LL. B., 34 Union Sq., Somerville, Mass.
t O'Halloran, James.
Putnam, Varney Arthur, LL. B., Danforth,
Ritter, George William, LL. B., 189 High St., Holyoke, Mass.,
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 87
Robinson, William Henry, LL. B., 27 Dillingham St., Bangor,
tSelkirk, Robert William, LL. B.
Thurlough, Harry Harding, LL. B., Pittsfield,
Weatherbee, Albert Washington, LL. B., 16 Central St., Bangor,
Wilson, Frank Palmer, LL. B., 18 Wall St., New York City, N. Y.,
Bennett, Waldo Horace, LL. B., Newport,
Buckley, William Wallace, LL. B., Southbridge, Mass.,
Geary, Thomas Reardon, LL. M., Springfield, Mass.,
Morson, James Herbert, LL. B., 717 Kimball Bldg., Boston, Mass.,
Mudgett, Ulysses Grant, LL. M., 20 Hammond St., Bangor,
Murray, Edward Patrick, LL. B., 190 York St., Bangor,
Noble, Ernest Eugene, A. B., LL. B., 120 Exchange St., Portland,
Potter, Paul, B. A., LL. B., 502 State Mutual Bldg., Worcester, Mass.,
Reid, Charles Hickson, Jr., LL. B., 60 Lincoln St., Bangor,
Lawyer, and Recorder of Municipal Court.
Snow, Donald Francis, A. B., LL. M., 17 Broad St., Bangor,
Thombs, George Warren, LL. B., Lincoln,
Violette, Nil Louis, LL. B., Van Buren.
Winn, George Hayes, LL. B., Lewiston,
Bartlett, Mark Johnson, B. Ph., LL. B., Waterville,
Blanchard, Benjamin Willis, LL. B., 79 Leighton St., Bangor,
Bryant, Glidden, LL. B., Newcastle,
Clarke, Edward Everett, LL. B., 42 Dartmouth St., New Bedford,
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Clough, George Edwin, LL. B., Palmer, Mass.,
Haley, John Howard, LL. B., Hartland,
Ham, John Chellis, M. D., LL. B., 131 West 103rd St., New York City,
Hight, Clarence Bertram, LL. lit., Skowhegan,
Lang, Alfred Alexander, LL. B., 120 Main St., Gloucester, Mass.,
Lougee, George, LL. B., 80 Court S., Bangor.
Merrill, John Bryant, LL. B., 39 Hammond St., Bangor,
Nelson, John Edward, A. B., LL. B., 5 Thayer Ct, Waterville,
Putnam, Edgar Burnham, LL. B., Danforth,
t Sipprelle, Judson Emery, LL. B.
Bridges, Ansel Harrison, LL. M., Old Town,
Brown, Leon Gilman Carlefcon, LL. B., 6 Highland Ave., Milo,
Brown, Royal Weaver, LL. B., Cutler,
Crawford, Adolphus Stanley, Jr., LL. B., Old Town,
Davis, Waldo Trevor, A. B., LL. B., 98 West St., Clinton, Mass.,
Lawyer, Office 726 State Mutual Bldg., Worcester, Mass.
Doyle, Joseph Henry, LL. B., Milford, Mass.,
Foster, Walter Herbert, LL. B., 145 Magnolia St., Dorchester, Mass.,
Lawyer. Office 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass.
Gardner, Herbert Nelson, LL. B., 120 Exchange St., Portland,
Johnson, William Asbury, LL. B.,_ Milo,
Keyes, Orman Leroy, LL. B., Caribou,
Lancaster, Arthur Blaine, LL. B., 193 Brunswick Ave., Gardiner,
Linehan, Daniel Joseph, LL. B., 50 Merrimack St., Haverhill, Mass.,
MacLean, Neil Vincent, LL. B., Merrill Trust Bldg., Bangor,
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 89
Record, Lewis Stillman, Ph. B., LL. B., Ashland, N. H.,
Robinson, Curville Charles, LL. B., 41 West 12th St., New York City,
Smalley, Charles Tobias, LL. B., 189 Broadway, Rockland,
Lawyer. (Johnson & Smalley.)
Wall, Erastus Lewis, A. B., LL. B., Garrett Seminary, Evanston, 111.
Winslow, Joseph Towne, LL. B., Rochester, N. Y.,
Associate Editor, Lawyer's Co-Operative Publishing Co.
Worster, George Henry, LL. B., 20 Hammond St., Bangor,
Lawyer and Instructor in the University of Maine College of
Brooks, Gerry Lynn, LL. B., 88% Exchange St., Portland,
Practicing Attorney at Law.
Brown, Winfield Scott, B. A., LL. B., Dexter.
Burnham, Elmer John, LL. B., Fort Kent,
Colby, James Adams, LL. B., 501-5 Old South Building, Boston, Mass.,
Conners, Charles Patrick, B. A., LL. B., 18 Tremont Sr., Boston, Mass.,
Cotton, Carl, B. A., LL. B., Contoocoot, N. H.,
Principal Hopkinton High School.
Cowan, George Albert, LL. B., Hampden.
Donnelly, James Albert, LL. B., Houlton,
Attorney at Law.
Doyle, Frederick Eugene, B. A., LL. B., Millinocket,
Dunbar, Oscar Hall, LL. B., Jonesport,
Fox, Lewis Edwin, LL. B., 100 Parker St., Bangor.
Harris, Moses Harry, LL. B., Auburn.
Hasty, Percy Albert, LL. B., 202 Union St., Bangor,
Lawyer. Real Estate Broker.
Laliberte, Joseph Alphonse, LL. B., Fort Kent,
Littlefield, Eben Frank, LL. B., 3 Odd Fellows Block, Belfast,
Pike, George William, LL. B., Lisbon, N. H.,
Attorney at Law.
Roix, William Richard, LL. B., Limestone,
Attorney at Law.
Swett, Lucius Black, LL. B., Sanford,
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Archibald, Bernard, B. A., LL. B., Houlton,
Lawyer. Junior partner of the law firm of Powers & Archibald.
Bangs, Harry Edgar, LL. B., Freedom,
Attorney at Law.
Buckley, John, LL. B., Stafford Springs, Conn.
Clark, Jerome Borden, LL. B., West Gouldsboro.
De Wolfe, Robert William, LL. B., 193 Danforth St., Portland,
Attorney at Law, 88^ Exchange St., Portland.
Keegan, John Joseph, LL. B., Lubec.
Monroe, Edward Roy, LL. B., Portland.
Moody, John Franklin, Jr., B. A., LL. B., 99 Main St., Auburn,
O'Halloran, Thomas Henry, LL. B., 27 Neal St., Marlboro, Mass.,
Lawyer. Office of Choate, Hall & Stewart, Sears B14g., Boston^
Perry, Lawrence Swift, LL. B., 199 Maxfield St., New Bedford, Mass.*
Conferred on students who did not receive the Bachelor's Degree at
the University of Maine.
t Beck William Porter, (B. S., Denison University, 1900), M. S.,
Rautenstrauch, Walter, (B. S., University of Missouri, 1902) M. S.,.
Columbia University, New York City, N. Y.,
Adj. Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Consulting
Cummings, Marshall Baxter, (B. S., University of Vermont, 1901) M..
S., 126 Catherine St., Ithaca, N. Y.,
Graduate student at Cornell University.
Hof stead, Harry Oliver, (B. A., Yale, 1903), M. A., 590 East 3rd St.,.
Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Bowen, Everett Harlow, (A. B. Colgate, 1903), M. S., 1913 North Capi-
tol Street, Washington, D. C,
Computer, U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey.
Greeley, Harold Dudley, (LL. B., New York University, 1903), LL. M.„
27 West 44th St., New York City, N. Y.,
Lawyer and Accountant.
CATALOG <OF GRADUATES 91
Wood, Clarence Ashton, (LL. B., American University, 1903), LL. M.,
2 Court House, Syracuse, N. Y.,
Lawyer, and Private Secretary to Irving C. Vann, Associate
Judge, New York Court of Appeals.
Gerrity, Helen Veazie, (B. A., Mt. Holyoke College, 1905), M. A.,
Hanson, Herman Herbert, (B. S., Pennsylvania State College, 1902),
M. S., 61 Forest Ave., Orono,
Associate Chemist, Maine Agricultural Experiment Station.
Haskell, Horace Bray, (B. Ph., Taylor University, 1900), M. A., Ston-
Presiding Elder, Bucksport District, East Maine Conference.
Waldron, William Linscott, (B. A., Colby College, 1899), M. A.
Benjamin, Charles Henry, M. E., Lafayette, Indiana, 629 University St.,
Dean of the Schools of Engineering, Purdue University.
Fernald, Charles Henry, (A. M.), Ph. D., Amherst, Mass.,
Professor of Zoology in the Massachusetts Agricultural College.
Phillips, Charles L., C. E., Fort McKinley, Portland,
Major, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. Army.
Aubert, Alfred Bellamy, (B. S. Cornell, 1873), M. S., Orono,
Professor of Chemistry, University of Maine.
Merrill, George Perkins, (B. S., 1879, M. S.,), Ph. D.
* Butler, Frederick Heywood, C. E.
Elwell, Charles C, C. E., New London, Conn.,
Superintendent, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co.
Goodale, Loomis Farrington, C. E., 42 Wright St., Manila, P. I.
Gowell, Gilbert Mottier, M. S., Orono.
* Kidder, Frank Eugene, (B. C. E., 1879; C. E., 1882), Ph. D.
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Jordan, Whitman Howard, (B. S. 1875), (M. S.), LL. D., Michigan
Agricultural College, 1907, Sc. D., Geneva, N. Y.
Snow, Mary Sophia, M. Ph., Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Supervisor of Practice Teaching, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn,
*Webb, Howard Scott, (B. M. E., 1887) M. E.
Abbott, Edward Sewall, (M. D.), M. S.. Bridgton,
Greenwood, Elmer E., C. E., Skowhegan.
Houghton, Austin Dinsmore, M. E., Santa Cruz, Calif.,
* Jones, Leon Houston, C. E.
Nowland, James Martin, M. S., 24 Adams Bldg., Quincy, Mass.,
Oleson, William Brewster, M. S., Box 489, Honolulu, T. H.,
Secretary Hawaiian Board.
Pattangall, William Robinson, M. S., Waterville,
Lawyer and Editor.
Robinson, Walter Franklin, C. E., 15 Cliff St., Arlington, Mass.,
Assistant Engineer in charge of Construction of Fortifications
in Boston Harbor.
White, Ambrose Harding, C. E., 30 Broad Street, New York City, N. Y.,
Assistant Manager, Department of Construction & Maintenance,
International Paper Company.
Boardman, Samuel Lane, M. S., Bangor,
Editor Daily and Weekly Commercial.
Harris, Abram Winegardner, (B. A., Wesleyan, 1880; Sc. D., Bowdoin,
1894; LL. D., University of New Brunswick, 1902), LL. D., 1745
Chicago Ave., Evanston, Illinois,
President of Northwestern University.
Watts, Clarence Everett, M. E., Windber, Pa.,
Supt. of Mechanical and Electrical Depts. for Berwind-White
Coal Mining Co.
CATALOG OF GRADUATES 93
Holt, Erastus Eugene, (M. A., M. D.), LL. D., 723 Congress St., Port-
Southard, Louis Carver, (B. S., 1875), LL. D., 73 Tremont St., Boston,
Lawyer; Lecturer, University of Maine College of Law.
Aycock, Charles Brantley, LL. D., Raleigh, N. C.
Cobb, William Titcomb, (A. B., 1877, Bowdoin), LL. D., Rockland,
Governor of Maine.
Griggs, Edward Howard, (A. B. 1889, A. M. 1890, Indiana University),
L. H. D., 77 Grove St., Montclair, N. J.,
Author and Lecturer.
Woods, Charles Dayton, (B. S., 1880, Wesleyan University), Sc. D.,
Director of the Experiment Station, Orono.
Seabury, R. L.
Sawyer, F. W.
Fernandez, G. L. (Miss)
Mason, C. A.
Pease, O. L.
Sawtelle, F. W.
Bean, H. P.
Gibbs, C. W.
Collins, A. W.
Hunter, R. D.
Shaw, G. M.
Arey, R. J.
Lothrop, L. R.
Webster, J. M.
Duren, H. E.
Hoxie, H. H.
San Luis Obispo
Twombly, S. S.
Houghton, A. D.
Hardison, A. C.
Wyman, L. A.
Buck, C. L. (Mrs. T. W. Hine)
Hine, T. W.
Gould, B. F.
Rogers, D. N.
Hubbard, P. W.
Coburn, L. F.
Manter, R. B.
Talbot, F. W.
Martin, J. W.
Trask, F. E.
Davis, M. (Mrs. J. D. Stevens)
Morrill, W. J.
Murray, H. W.
Merritt, E. E.
Sipprelle, J. E.
Bisbee, F. M.
Wight, W. A.
Rounds, A. P.
Pease, C. T.
Moulton, F. C.
Stimson, F. M.
Dolbier, W. R.
^ Turner, R. L.
Hinchliffe, H. J.
Bartlett, E- J.
Bogart, F. H. H.
Cole, C. L.
Holden, W. C.
Jones, W. G.
Stone, W. E.
Crowell, W. H.
Leonard, H. H.
Tarbox, G. R.
Dearborn, J. W.
Kingsbury, R. W. E.
Mitchell, A. E.
Alexander, W. W. B.
Hayes, C. M.
Taylor, R. E.
Powell, M. L. (Miss)
Bristol, M. L.
Pennell, C. W
District of Columbia
Barrows, L. D.
Bowen, E. H.
Clark, H. H.
Clifford, E. C.
Farrington, A. M.
Farrington, H. P.
Foster, A. B.
Foubert, C. L.
Gould, H. P.
McCready, J. H.
McKenzie, H. E.
Merrill, G. P.
Ricker, P. L.
Rogers, L. A.
Scribner, F. Lamson
Smith, C. D.
Hanscom, G. L.
Smith, L. C.
Elwell, C. C.
Merrill, H. P.
Williams, C. S.
Atwood, E. M.
Hurd, A. L.
Rogers, L. W.
Whitney, H. D.
Farrington, W. R
Oleson, W. B.
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Williams, B. F.
Ingalls, A. T.
Hews, W. P.
Connor, R. M.
Towne, C. B.
Richards, E. R.
Martin, H. S.
Barrows, W. E-, Jr.
Beckler, E. H.
Benner, A. R.
Davis, F. M.
Davis, R. C.
Douglass, F. L.
Farrington, 0. C.
Huntington, G. K
Jose, W. H.
Keller, P. R.
McDermott, J. A.
Page, A. D.
Rogers, C. W.
Small, A. R.
Sturtevant, C. F.
Sturtevant, G. W.
Whittier, C. C.
Wiley, M. C.
East St. Louis
Soper, H. M.
Ellstrom, V. E.
Harris, A. W.
Wall, E. L.
Plaisted, H. M.
Peirce, V. J.
Butter worth, A. J.
Goodrich, J. K.
Martin, F. L.
Sewall, H. W.
Doolittle, H. E.
Fernald, G. E.
Kingsland, E. B.
Gage, A. W.
Timberlake, S. M.
True, E. S.
Benjamin, C. H.
Parks, G. D.
Herbert, T. C.
Bates, J. T.
Porter, R. H.
Taylor, L. W.
Merrill, D. T.
Walker, P. F.
Barker, G. G.
Morse, C. A.
Cary, L. R.
Patten, J. H.
Talbot, R. F.
Thomas, H. A.
Bartlett, C. S.
Harris, M. H.
Huen, C. J.
Moody, J. F.
Small, L. L. (Miss)
Stevens, T. J.
Tebbets, C. B.
Flynt, R. H.
Howard, L. B!
Libby, C. A. (Miss)
Sargent, P. D.
Smith, H. M.
Snowdeal, A. (Miss)
Webster, O. C.
Barker, L. A.
Blanchard, E. M.
Blanding, E. M.
Boardman, G. L.
Brick, H. B.
Coffin, R. S.
Copeland, L. P. (Miss)
Cowan, G. P.
Crowell, C. P.
Cutter, L. W.
Dakin, E. H.
Delano, E. W.
Dolan, J. F.
Dow, F. T.
Druery, E. J.
Drummond, H. F.
Eaton, H. D.
Fox, L. E.
Gerrity, H. V. (Miss)
Gilbert, C. E.
Gould, G. P.
Gould, V. K.
Hasty, P. A.
Hatch, J. W.
Heath, S. J.
Hersey, G. A.
Hilton, G. L.
Hilton, H. A.
Holman, C V.
Holmes, F. E.
Knight, O. W.
Lyon, A. C.
McClure, J. H.
MacLean, N. V.
Mansfield, E. R.
Merrill, J. B.
Mitchell, R. L.
Mudgett, U. G.
Mullaney, R. E.
Mullen, C. W.
Murray, E. P.
Oak, C. E.
Oak, J. M.
Pierce, W. B.
Pressey, F. E.
Quincy, F. G.
Reid, C. H.
Rice, M. C. (Miss)
Robinson, W. H.
Snow, D. F.
Sprague, A. W.
Stevens, F. L.
Tate, W. M.
Weatherbee, A. W.
Webber, M. F. (Miss)
Wilson, M. F.
Worster, G. H.
Wyman* A. P.
Clark, B. E-
Garland, C. N.
Graham, H. L.
Lord, C. A.
Russell, M. R.
Chase, C. G.
Ellis, W. L.
Murphy, W. M.
Purinton, J. F.
Bailey, F. W.
Bickford, C. S.
Hayes, A. D.
Littlefield, E- F.
Pattee, C. J.
Richardson, A. W
Folsom, H. M.
Libby, H. I.
Tarr, R. D.
Brown, H. A.
Aiken, E. N. (Miss)
Cay ting, A. B.
Dunn, P. H.
Farrington, M. E.
Kelley, E. H.
Sargent, W. J.
Larrabee, B. T.
Brown, R. W.
Hodgkins, A. E.
Abbott, E. S.
Walker, E. C.
Harding, B. E.
Putnam, E. B. .
Putnam, V. A.
Garland, C. C.
Eaton, R. W.
Wheeler, A. F.
Wilson, J. D.
Mann, E. J.
Brown, E. D.
Brown, W. S.
Bumps, W. A.
Butterfield, C. C.
Forbes, C. F.
Race, J. L.
Abbott, H. L.
Buck, H. A.
Tate, E. M. (Miss)
Lamb, R. R.
Ford, L. H.
Merrill, E. C.
Findlen, T. M.
Keyes, 0. L.
Porter, J. W. H.
Webb, W. S.
Talbot, J. R.
Wiswell, C. G.
MacDougal, W. E.
Robbins, C. A.
Robinson, L. Jr.
Holmes, E. R.
Devereux, R. S.
Weeks, J. W.
Freeman, G. G.
Nickels, H. L.
Smith, E. H.
Packard, H. E.
Hammond, G. E.
Rollins, D. W.
Steward, S. J.
Chandler, M. R. (Miss)
Totman, A. W.
Lincoln, H. M.
Marr, L. H.
Russell, L. B.
Stewart, F. C.
Coffin, E. V.
Dyer, W. N.
Glover, P. H.
Burns, C. E. S.
Harvey, C. C.
Martin, N. H.
Pearce, C. A.
Burnham, E. J.
Laliberte, J. A.
Walton, R. D.
Bangs, H. E.
Stover, O. 0.
Warren, G. O.
Haley, H. D.
Lancaster, A. B.
French, H. F.
Harlow, F. H.
Knight, P. C.
Lewis, A. A.
Patrick, S. E.
Crowley, E. B.
Jones, G. M. (Miss)
Hussey, E. H.
Marsh, R. H.
Pearson, R. H.
Williams, J. S.
Cowan, G. A.
Loud, W. C.
Crab tree, L. B.
Haley, J. H.
Moor, C. L.
Bearce, H. W.
Donnelly, J. A.
Goodridge, O. L.
Hull, F. E.
Mills, C. H.
Dunbar, O. H.
Burke, W. BE.
Hall, H. A.
Clarke, R. E.
Farrington, H. O.
Brann, J. F.
Derby, F. A.
Malloy, T. A.
Whitney, G. A.
Williams, D. S.
Winn, G. H.
Fenderson, F. D.
Roix, W. R.
Porter, B. F.
Thombs, G. W.
Keirstead, A. W.
Brown, W. B.
Hodgdon, C. A. (Miss)
McCarthy, P. E-
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Keegan, J. J.
Blackwell, C. E.
Day, E. G.
Hoyt, H. P.
r Weston, G. 0.
Merrill, M. B.
Sawyer, E. J.
Bowler, F. C.
Doyle, F. E.
Averill, R. S.
Brown, L. G. C.
Johnson, W. A.
Randlette, C. M.
Riddle, H. C.
Page, W. R.
Bennett, W. H.
Dinsmore, E. L.
Folsom, Iv. R.
Beal, H. O.
Dunn, R. O.
Witham, L. C.
Cushman, C. G.
Chase, J. P.
Stone, F. P.
Bacon, R. S.
Foster, S. J.
Harvey, J. E.
Bassett, R. S.
Blanchard, C. D.
Bridges, A. H.
Brown, A. H.
Bussell, E. M. (Miss)
Buzzell, S. J.
Butterfield, W. H.
Carr, C. M. (Miss)
Crawford, A. S.
Fitzgerald, E. E- (Miss)
Gray, J. A.
Gould, J. F.
Keith, A. J.
Kittredge, C. A.
Porter, K. B.
Swan, C. B.
Waterhouse, W. H.
Hutchins, W. O.
Heyer, H. S.
Aubert, A. B.
Balentine, M. (Miss)
Bartlett, J. M.
Bean, P. A.
Boardman, H. S.
Brockie, J. M.
Cain, J. H.
Clayton, R. E.
Colcord, J. C. (Miss)
Edwards, D. J.
Ellis, H. M.
Emery, A. T. (Miss)
Estabrooke, H. M.
Flanders, F. L.
Gellerson, R. C.
Gilbert, E. C.
Gowell, G. M.
Grover, A. L.
Hamlin, E- (Miss)
Hamlin, G. H.
Hanson, H. H.
Hart, J. N.
Harvey, B. T.
Johnstone, L. I.
Jones, R. K.
Lord, A. R.
Mansfield, M. C. (Miss)
Merrill, J. F.
Merrill, L- H.
Palmer, P. B.
Powell, M. H.
Reed, L. J.
Ring, A. I. (Mrs. C. J. Dunn)
Russell, F. L.
Sampson, A. H.
Sampson, C. H.
Sampson, F. M.
Sheridan, L. M. (Mrs. A. B.
Stevens, A. W.
Sutton, G. A.
Taylor, T. F.
Thompson, G. E-
Toner, E. L.
Vinal, P. A. (Mrs. A. White)
Vinal, R. P. (Miss)
Washburn, W. F.
Weeks, N. E. (Mrs. L. Spencer)
Weston, C. P.
White, C. H.
Whittier, A. C.
Woods, C. D.
Trask, O. W.
Vose, C. T.
Wallace, J. G.
Webster, C. S.
Webster, F. H.
Wescott, A. C.
Allen, C. P.
Hall, W. D.
Knowles, L. M.(Mrs. R. J.
Larrabee, G. P.
Robinson, H. G.
Anderson, T. A.
Berry, R. H.
Thurlough, H. H.
Allen, G. H.
Bates, S. W.
Black, G. F.
Brooks, G. L-
Chandler, R. F.
Chaplin, C. S.
Closson, J. E.
Davis, S. P.
De Wolfe, R. W.
Dow, L. E.
Gardner, H. N.
Giles, C. I.
Gulliver, E. C.
Hicks, A. A. (Mrs. G. F. Black)
Holt, E. E.
Johnson, B. R.
Kelley, J. G.
Kenniston, H. G.
Monroe, E. R.
Noble, E. E.
Olds, R. F.
Owen, G. S.
Phillips, C. S.
Phillips, F. F.
Thomas, B. M.
Thombs, W. B.
Mosher, E. S. E.
Thayer, H. B.
Edgerly, J. W.
Murphy, C. C.
Libby, F. J.
Austin, A. A.
Foster, N. G.
Goodwin, B. W.
Reynolds, H. J.
Reynolds, T. H.
Bird, A. L.
Bird, S. M. 2nd
Cobb, W. T.
Flanagan, J. H.
Kittredge, J. R.
Sherman, R. S.
Smalley, C. T.
Gorham, F. E.
French, H. C.
Cowan, E. L.
Reed, F. R.
Reed, F. R. Jr.
Stevenson, J. B.
Theriault, D. L.
Hill, G. H.
Swett, L. B.
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Ring, V. M. (Mrs. D. O. Camp-
Ramsdell, L. M. (Mrs. M. D.
Robinson, A. R. (Mrs. A. R.
Butler, E. C.
Churchill, H. L.
Colby, D. W.
Danforth, E. F.
Goodwin, G. P.
Gould, S. W.
Greenwood, E. E-
Hight, C. B.
Leavitt, N. L. (Mrs. F. R. Hill)
Lord, R. W.
Lord, T. G.
Parker, E. A.
Perkins, D. H.
Phillips, H. J.
Smith, D. F.
Steward, J. W.
Hobbs, F. A.
Fernald, C. W.
Phinney, A. L.
South West Harbor
Fuller, G. R.
Hoyt, A. L.
Matthews, A. A. (Miss)
Michaels, J. C. (Miss)
Reed, N. W. (Mrs. E. R.
Marston, F. L.
Norwood, L. 0.
Haskell, H. B.
Bradford, L. C.
Ricker, W. J.
Mitchell, C. B.
Burns, F. P.
Violette, N. L.
White, F. M.
Buker, E. B.
Mclntyre, H. F.
Hull, F. E.
Starrett, A. P.
Starrett, H. V.
Bartlett, M. J.
Burleigh, J. H.
Cook, H. E.
Cotton, E. L.
Crosby, C. E.
Haines, W. T.
Hitchings, E- F.
Keirstead, H. W.
Nelson, J. E.
Pattangall, W. R.
Rollins, F. M.
Small, F. J.
Waldron, W. L.
Wormell, R. G.
Haskell, E- J.
Haskell, R. W.
Porter, C. 0.
Pride, F. P.
Warren, J. C.
Clark, J. B.
Stanford, E. A.
Butman, J. W.
Babb, G. H.
Bailey, F. L.
Johnson, E. A.
Sanford, J. F.
Crosby, W. W.
Gibbs, E. E.
Haggett, E. R.
Harris, P. H.
Hayes, S. H. T.
How, E. S.
Havre de Grace
Lombard, C. H.
Leavitt, H. E. (Mrs. W. Flint)
Orne, S. B.
Fernald, C. H.
Fernald, H. T.
Gannett, C. H.
Robinson, W. F.
Everett, C. S. Clinton
Bryer, C. S.
Black, W. W.
Ellis, M. E-
Farnham, C. H.
French, C. F.
Kittridge, R. B.
Lovett, M. R.
Pierce, W. B.
Rumball G. W. Jr.
Smith, G. A.
Andrews, H. B.
Burleigh, J. H.
Colby, J. A.
Conners, C. P.
Cowan, B. M.
Foss, H. C.
Goodale, A. M.
Gordon, H. L.
Hall, H. G.
Hamilton, A. G.
Hamilton, H. F.
Healey, W. E.
Hilliard, E. K.
Howes, C. L.
Kneeland, H. W.
Maddocks, F. E.
Morson, J. H.
Mosher, P. H.
Owen, J. W.
Page, A. S.
Palmer, E. E.
Patten, W. N.
Porter, E. A.
Ray, I. B.
Shaw, W. J.
Southard, L. C.
Thompson, F. E.
Urann, M. L.
Veazie, M. M.
Weywouth, A. P.
Kallom, F. W.
Wallace, C. J.
Bird, J. A.
Green, C. S. (Mrs.W. J. Camp-
Tucker, J. V.
Woodbury, S. E.
Davis, W. T.
Ryther, L. E.
Mitchell, F. C.
Parker, D. L. (Miss)
Carlson, G. W.
Atwood, G. G.
Bowerman, F. H.
Dutton, O. J.
Foster, W. H.
Gurney, J. I.
Hamilton, G. R. (Mrs. F. H.
Powers, H. W.
Damon, F. H.
Erskine, F. S. N.
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East Bridge water
Martin, C. H.
Clary, J. R.
Webster, W. B.
Elliott, H. C.
Tyler, J. A.
Tolman, W. R.
Holyoke, W. L.
Frost, C. A.
Lang, A. A.
Lawrence, G. W.
Linehan, D. J.
Bowden, G. I.
Reemie, E. W.
Alden, C. H.
Ritter, G. W.
Davis, H. A.
Ward, T. H.
Powell, M. F. (Miss)
Eldridge, W. H.
. Elliott, W. C.
' Putnam, C. E.
Stilphen, C. A.
Saunders, A. R.
Schwartz, L. H.
Alton, R. H.
Ames, B. E.
Beal, A. N.
Boynton, J. L.
Breed, A. F.
Cargill, W. N.
Chatto, B. H.
Claflin, F. M. A
Cowan, F. E.
Davis, A. R.
Gibbs, J. C.
Hurd, W. B.
Menges, H. G
Wilson, E. J.
Chase, W. W.
Bailey, W. M.
Berry, E. R.
Chamberlain, G. W.
Small, A. C.
O'Halloran, T. H.
Swain, J. H.
Swain, P. E. (Mrs. J. H.
Durgan, G. W.
Goodridge, E. 0.
Allan, B. J.
Farrington, W. R.
Doyle, J. H.
Clarke, E- E.
Perry, L. S.
Reed, F. M.
Saunders, W. H.
Newton Upper Falls
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French, H. S.
Fowles, R. A.
Clough, G. E.
Hobson, E. E.
Smith, F. A.
Simmons, F. J.
Davenport, A. E-
Ross, H. D.
Smith, H. A.
Mackay, J. D.
Nowland, J. M.
Fessenden, L. E.
Graves, S. P.
Harville, J. P.
Small, S. G.
Clark, R. C.
Woodward, D. C.
Ayer, J. M.
Danforth, E. W.
feathers, H. H.
Randlette, J. W.
Stevens, F. O.
Webster, F. E.
Burnham, A. R. (Miss)
Atkinson, W. H.
Buckley, W. W.
Paige, J. L.
Sparrow, A. L.
Green, H. H.
Gay, G. M.
Geary, T. R.
Jones, S. M.
Sikes, W. S.
White, R. H.
Chaney, I. W.
Pretto, H. J.
Farrell, H. C.
Brick, F. S.
Bean, E. D.
Hartford, E. G.
Starr, J. A.
Taylor, C. N.
Mansfield, F. A.
Lang, C. L.
Stevens, C. H.
Philoon, D. L.
Eastman, F. L-
Kimball, C. B.
Taylor, E. W.
Boland, M. G. (Miss)
Flint, B. W.
Horner, L- H.
Lekberg, C. H.
Sturgis, E. A.
Whittemore, G. A.
Brown, E. C.
Higgins, H. A.
St. Onge, W. J.
Watts, F. E.
Patten, A. J.
Thomas, E- D.
Batchelder, F. L.
Frost, W. O.
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Cowan, E. H.
Hill, J. E.
Crosby, S. P.
Decker, W. F.
Elkins, A. J.
Mayo, E. D
Russell, R. E.
Sprague, A. P.
Stevens, W. L.
Williams, J. H.
Osborn, E- W.
Patterson, J. C.
Stevens, H. E.
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Stewart, G. T.
Moore, A. L.
Thomes, E. C.
Rackliff, J. R.
Hart, M. C.
Hooper, E. G.
Sweetser, E. O.
Vose, F. H.
Hopkins, R. T.
Patten, T. M.
Banks, F. A.
Bowles, C. W.
Mitchell, L. H.
Moody, C. J.
Weymouth, F. E.
Bearce, I. M.
Taylor, A. G.
Goodwin, G. E.
Foss, G. O.
Rollins, M. F.
Bailey, C. L.
Brown, A. B.
Crowe, F. X.
Hayes, A. J.
Weston, B. T.
C. N. Nebraska
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Ring, M. L. (Mrs. H. H.
Simpson, P. D.
Coburn, F. E. (Mrs. A. L.
Cosmey, S. H.
Fernald, A. L.
Sears, C. A.
Watson, A. M.
Dinsmore, S. C.
Wilson, N. E.
Record, L. S.
Fagan, J. P. V.
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Johnson, C. H.
McCrillis, E. J.
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Lewis, H. M.
Howard, W. R.
Hamlin, R. G.
Macloon, E- H.
McDermott, W. L.
Pike, G. W.
Barrows, A. T.
Moody, P. R.
Grover, N. C.
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Smith, E. M.
Stephens, C. W.
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Elms, J. W.
Kay, F. W.
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Griggs, E. H.
Brann, G. S.
Paine, A. T.
Stephens, A. W.
Jordan, A. T.
Brown, H. W.
Shaw, O. J.
McGill, L. V.
Morrill, E. N.
Taft, D. R.
Case, A. D.
Thompson, G. D.
Sewall, M. W.
Gray, C. A.
Bachelor, A. W.
Holbrook, F. P.
Crockett, C. W.
Drew, A. W.
Thatcher, H. D. T.
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Howe, E. J.
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Hancock, W. J.
Hofstead, H. 0.
Lamb, E. P.
Margesson, C. W.
Martin, B. C.
Martin, L. A.
Snow, M. S. (Miss)
Strout, H. C.
Thomas, C. D.
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Canaan Four Corners
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Cummings, M. B.
Lawrence, L. A.
Long Island City
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Caldwell, A. J.
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Cummings, E- W.
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Downing, M. B.
Drew, I. H.
Emery, F. E-
Emery, H. A.
Ferguson, J. S.
Fernald, R. L-
French, P. E.
Goodridge, P. F.
Gould, F. G.
Graves, J. C.
Gray, C. P.
Greeley, H. D.
Ham, J. C.
Hamlin, H. P.
Harvey, W. W.
Hayward, G. E-
Hersey, G. W.
Hilliard, J. H.
E. F. Hoxie, H. F.
Kilbourne, C. H.
Knowles, A. M.
Jeffery, G. W.
Lock wood, J. F.
Lord, R. E.
Morey, W. Jr.
Morell, W. B.
Nute, A. J.
Oakes, F. J.
Potter, F. D.
Quimby, J. H.
Read, C. A.
Riggs, L. W.
Robinson, C. C.
Sawyer, J. H.
Selkirk, R. W.
Smith, R. S.
Taylor, H. S.
RacklifTe, C. N.
Thomas, L. A.
Stanley, H. A.
Trafton, E. E.
Strickland, R. E.
Treworgy, I. E.
Watson, E. L.
Whipple, A. L.
Tolman, F. S.
White, A. H.
Wilson, F. P.
York, V. J.
Whitcomb, J. 0.
Wood, C. A.
Lowell, F. H.
Gardiner, H. (Mrs. S.
Dillingham, S. C.
Stickney, G. W.
Aycock, C. B.
Monk, H. W.
Rogers, E. G.
Silver, A. E.
Lull, G. F.
Chamberlain, C. C.
Murray, W. A.
Holley, C. D.
Ladd, E. F.
Lunt, C. S.
Winslow, J. T.
Bixby, J. H.
Alton, F. 0.
Armstrong, G. 0.
Bartlett, C. W.
Mclntire, W. D.
Bearce, W. D.
Carlton, R. H.
Chadbourne, H. W.
Brown, A. N.
Connell, B. R.
de Coligny, G. G.
Crowe, J. W.
Perry, T. B.
Croxford, W. E.
Dunn, J. S.
Dunton, 0. H.
Dunton, H. D.
Glidden, E. H.
Hinckley, F. A. (Mrs. J.
W. Fernald, R. H.
Olivenbaum, J. E.
Judkins, E. L.
Karl, H. L.
Kelley, B. V.
Harlow, C. B.
Knowlton, H. A.
Libby, A. D. T.
Lurvey, J. G.
Manson, R. H.
Mansfield, H. W.
Matthieu, J. C.
Merrill, W. L.
Pennell, A. J.
Mayo, H. P.
Sands, R. W.
Meserve, J. W.
Sweet, C. A.
Newman, M. G.
Oswald, H. H.
Prince, C. E.
Maddock, H. L.
Quint, R. A.
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Hatch, H. A.
Libby, M. D.
Bean, P. A.
Goodwin, P. R.
Colesworthy, C. F.
Davis, G. H.
Tripp, W. E.
Nichols, L. C.
Stevens, R. P.
Brastow, W. T.
Lufkin, G. W.
Fogg, C. H.
Hutchinson, G. W
Maddocks, F. E-
Varney, L,. G.
Vickery, G. S.
Stetson, E. H.
Kimball, F. J.
Lowe, G. S.
Hamlin, G. O.
Batchelder, H. W.
Bennett, A. G.
Dow, H. K.
Murphy, G. F.
Drummond, R. R.
Harvey, C. D.
Hayes, J. A.
Mitchell, F. H.
Paine, L. G.
Ross, E. B.
Sheahan, H. V.
Valentine, W. A.
Wilkins, G. B.
Hopkins, L,. O.
Cole, H. E.
Faunce, B. F.
Mitchell, A. G.
Weymouth, A. P.
Freeman, G. L.
Owen, A. B.
Blackinton, A. D.
Davis, C. E.
Hoxie, H. S.
Pierce, S. F.
Purington, H. P
Hosmer, F. P.
Brown, J. W.
Weeks, C. W.
Watts, C. E.
Welch, W. E.
Hodgkins, H,. H.
Goodale, L,. F.
Gould, A. M. (Mrs. I,. F.
Merrill, E. D.
Brown, E- P.
Schoppe, W. F.
Campbell, D. E.
Little, L. E.
Stowell, C. W.
Swift, P. L.
Dunn, R. E. (Mrs. B.
Whitcomb, B. D.
French, J. E.
Libby, A. S.
Clark, W. C.
Stetson, H. C.
Perry, E. (Miss)
Harvey, L. H.
Pritham, H. C.
Blagden, J. D.
Patten, F. R.
Todd, F. H.
Abbott, C. E.
Fickett, F. W.
Salt Lake City
Higgins, R. E.
Graton, C. D.
White, H. L.
Grover, A. C.
Wood, E. B.
Small, F. L.
Heath, E. F.
D. Stone, C. W.
Bunker, S. 3.
Grover, 0. L.
Carle, G. W.
Merrill, T. L.
de Haseth, G. A.
Foss, P. F.
Pillsbury, G. M.
Weston, W. A.
Campbell, C. W.
Cobb, A. L.
Fernald, H. C. (Mrs. J. A.
Merriam, W. H.
Farrington, E- H.
Learned, F. E.
Wade, F. G.
Whitmore, A. A.
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Cutter, J. D.
Snell, R. M.
Noyes, F. A.
Borestown (N. B.)
Southard, F. D.
Fairhaven (N. B.)
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Bolt, R. A.
Hope (B. C.)
Scott, W. E.
Mispec (N. B.)
Rowe, G. F.
Beedle, H. W.
Edwards, I,. N.
New Glasgow (N. S.)
Mitchell, C. A.
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Holt, F. W.
St. Stephen (N. B.)
Strange, E. M.
Simpson, E. R.
Vancouver (B. C.)
Breed, E. M.
Kittridge, C. P.
Morey, E. L.
Lincoln, H. F.
White, F. O.
Cruz del Eji (Argentine Republic)
Cilley, J. V.
Sinclair, K. A.
San Isadore (Argentine Republic)
Cilley, L. V. P.
(Sh. Ph.) Short Pharmacy, (L. E.) Library Economy, (L.) Law,
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Abbott, C. E 1905
Abbott, E 1876
Abbott, E. S. (Hon.) 1897
Abbott, H. L 1906
Aiken, E- N. (Miss) 1907
Alden, C. H 1905
Alexander, W. W. B 1907
Allan, B. J 1886
Allan, G. H 1884
Allen, C. P 1876
* Allen, W. A 1874
Alton, F. G 1907
Ames, B. E 1905
Anderson, T. A. (L.) 1902
Andrews, F. 1890
Andrews, H. B 1888
Andrews, H. H 1881
* Anthony, G. R 1905
Archibald, B. (L.) 1907
Arey, R. J 1891
Armstrong, G. '. . 1905
Atherton, G. F 1892
Atkinson, W. H 1892
Atwood, E. M 1897
Atwood, G. G 1895
* Atwood, H. W 1890
Aubert, A. B. (Hon.) 1889
Austin, A. A 1907
Averill, R. S 1904
Ayer, J. M 1886
Babb, G. H 1890
Bachelder, A. W 1902
Bachelder, H. W 1905
Bacon, R. S 1906
Bailey, £. L 1905
Bailey, F. L. (Sh. Ph.) 1905
Bailey, F. W 1898
Bailey, W. M 1891
Baker, E- L 1903
Mrs. E. F. Hanaburgh 1905
Balentine, M. (Miss) 1907
* Balentine, W 1874
Bangs, H. E. (L.) 1907
Banks, F. E 1906
Barker, G. G 1886
Barker, L. A. (L.) 1900
Barron, W. D 1898
Barrows, A. T 1907
Barrows, L. D 1907
Barrows, W. E«, Jr 1902
Bartlett, C. S. (Sh. Ph.) 1897
Bartlett, C. W 1901
Bartlett, E. J 1902
Bartlett, J. M 1880
Bartlett, M.J 1901
Bartlett, M. J. (L.) 1904
* Bartlett, W. R 1901
Bassett, E. P 1899
Bassett, H. M 1904
Bassett, R. S 1904
Batchelder, F. L 1899
* Batchelder, G. S 1888
Bates, J. T 1907
Bates, S. W 1875
Beal, A. N. (Sh. Ph.) 1907
Beale, H. O 1905
Bean, E. D 1907
Bean, H. P 1879
Bean, P. A 1907
Bean, P. L 1904
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Bearce, H. W 1906 Brown, A. H 1890
Bearce, I. M 1904 Brown, A. N 1905
Bearce, W. D 1906 * Brown, E- (Mrs. C. Gilman) . . 1878
Beck, W. P 1902 Brown, E. C 1905
Beckler, E. H 1876 Brown, E. D 1906
Beedle, H. W 1900 Brown, H. A 1904
Belcher, W. E 1899 Brown, H. W 1881
Benjamin, C. H. (Hon.) 1881 Brown, J. W 1899
Benner, A. R 1903 Brown, I,. G. C. (L.) 1905
Bennett, A. G 1906 Brown, R. W. (L.) 1905
Bennett, W. H. (L.) 1903 Brown, W. B 1897
Berry, E. R 1904 Brown, W. S. (L.) 1906
Berry, R. H. (Sh. Ph.) 1901 Browne, C. W. H 1882
Bickford, C. S 1882 Bryant, G 1904
Bird, A. L 1900 Bryer, C. S 1897
Bird, J 1890 Buck, A. H 1895
Bird, J. A. (Sh. Ph.) 1897 Buck, C. L. (Mrs. T. W. Hine). .1881
Bird, S. M. 2d 1907 Buck, F. E 1904
Bisbee, F. W 1876 Buck, H. A 1902
Bixby, J. H 1901 Buck, H. B.. 1893
Bixby, O. M 1901 Buck, T 1901
Black, G. F 1886 Buckley, J. (L.) 1907
Black, W. W 1907 Buckley, W. W. (X.) 1903
Blackington, A. DeO 1877 Buker, E. B 1904
* Blackington, R. H 1890 Bunker, S. S 1897
Blackwell, C. E 1899 Bumps, W. A 1875
Blagden, J. D 1886 Burgess, W. J . . . . 1900
Blaisdell, H. G 1905 Burke, W. H 1906
* Blake, E. J 1879 Burleigh, J. H 1887
Blanchard, B. W. (L.) 1904 Burleigh, J. H 1907
Blanding, E. M 1876 * Burleigh, W. H 1884
Boardman, H. S 1895 Burnham, A. R. (Miss) 1900
Boardman, J. R 1888 Burnham, E. J. (L.) 1906
Boardman, S. L. (Hon.) 1899 Burns, C. E. S 1907
Boardman, W. H . . . 1901 Burns, F. P. (Sh. Ph.) 1902
Bogart, F. H. H 1901 * Burns, R. B 1887
Boland, M. G. (Miss) 1902 Bussell, E. M. (Miss) 1902
Bolt, R. A 1906 Butler, E. C. (I,.) 1901
Bowden, G. 1 1890 * Butler, F. H. (Hon.) 1890
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Bowerman, F. H 1900 Butman, J. W 1902
Bowler, F. C 1894 Butterfield, B. F 1901
Bowles, C. W 1905 Butterfield, C. C. (Sh. Ph.) 1907
Boynton, A. E 1899 Butterfield, W. R 1892
Boynton, J. L 1882 Butterworth, A. J 1906
Bradford, I,. C 1904 Buzzell, S. J 1882
* Brainard, CM 1876 Cain, J. H 1883
Brann, B. E 1907 Calderwood, I.G 1895
Brann, G. S 1904 Caldwell, A. J 1878
Brann, L. J 1898 Campbell, C. W 1906
Brastow, W. T 1897 Campbell, D. E 1888
Brawn, E. D 1907 Cargill, W. N 1900
Breed, A. F 1905 Carle, G. W . 1905
Breed, E. M 1904 Carlson, G. W 1906
Brick, F. S 1888 Carlton, R. H 1899
Bridges, A. H. (L.) 1905 Carr, C. M. (Miss) 1903
* Briggs, F. P 1889 Carr, H. M 1902
Bristol, M. L 1892 Cary, L. R 1901
Broadwell, E- S 1904 Case, A. D 1904
Brockie, J. M 1906 Cassey, S 1906
Brooks, G. L. (L.) 1906 Caswell, W. B 1899
Brown, A. B 1907 Caswell, W. H 1900
Cay ting, A. B 1907
Chad bourne, H. W 1902
Chamberlain, C. C 1878
Chamberlain, G. W 1885
Chandler, M. R. (Miss) (Sh. Ph.)i904
Chandler, R. F 1903
Chaney, I. W. (Sh. Ph.) 1905
Chaplin, C. S 1904
Chase, C. G 1904
Chase, N. A 1903
Chase, W. W 1895
Chatto, B. H 1905
Churchill, H. L 1906
Cillev, J. V 1883
Cilley, J. V. (Hon.) 1900
Cilley, L. V. P 1887
Claflin, F. M. A 1907
*Clapp, S. H 1875
Clark, B. E .1887
Clark, E 1891
Clark, H 1890
Clark, H. H 1899
Clark, J. B. (L.) 1907
Clark, R. S 1892
Clark, S 1902
Clark, W. C 1900
Clarke, E. E. (L.) 1904
Clarke, R. E. (Sh. Ph.) 1902
Clary, J. R 1897
Clayton, C ■ 1891
Clayton, R. E 1907
Cleaves, D. L. (Sh. Ph.) 1898
Cleaves, D. L 1899
Clifford, E. C 1904
Closson, J. E 1900
Clough, G. E. (L.) 1904
Cobb, A. L 1901
Cobb, W. T. (Hon.) 1905
* Coffin, A.J 1890
Coffin, E. V 1887
Coffin, L. M 1903
Coffin, R. S 1907
Colburn, F. E. (Mrs.A.L.Fernald)i88i
Colburn, L. F 1875
Colby, D. W 1887
Colby, J. A. (L.) 1906
Colcord, J. C 1906
Cole, C. L 1900
Cole, H. E 1902
Colesworthy, C. F 1875
DeColigny, G. G 1906
Collins, A. W 1905
Collins, F 1903
Collins, G 1899
Connell, B. R 1907
Connor, R. M 1903 .
Conners, C. P. (L.) 1906
* Conroy, M. F.(Mrs. Saunders) . 1884
Cook, H. E. (L.) 1900
Copeland, L. P. (Miss) 1904
Cosmey, S. H 1897
Cotton, C. (L.) 1906
Cotton, E. L 1905
Cowan, B. M 1905
Cowan, E. H 1894
Cowan, E. L J 9Q3
Cowan, F. H. (Miss) 1876
Cowan, G. A. (L.) 1906
Cowan, G. P 1894
Cowles, H. D. (Sh. Ph.) 1903
Cowles, H. D 1905
Crawford, A. S. (L.) 1905
* Crocker, H. K 1903
Crockett, C. W 1899
Crosby, C. E 1901
Crosby, O 1876
Crosby, S. P 1879
Crosby, W. W 1893
Crowe, F. T 1905
Crowe, J. W 1905
Crowell, C. P. . 1898
Crowell, L 1906
Crowell, W. H. (Sh. Ph.) 1900
Crowley, E. B 1904
Croxford, W. E . . . 1890
Cummings, E- W 1907
Cummings, M. B 1904
Currier, C. E 1906
Cushman, C. G 1889
Cutter, J. D 1879
Cutter, L. W 1884
* Cyr, V 1876
Dakin, E- H 1877
Damon, F. H 1895
Danforth, E. F 1877
Danforth, E. W 1892
Davenport, A. E 1904
Davis, A. R 1902
Davis, C. E 1907
Davis, E. H 1898
Davis, F. M 1901
Davis, G. H 1901
Davis, H. A 1900
Davis, M. (Mrs. J. D. Stevens). . . 1880
Davis, R. C 1903
Davis, S. P 1902
Davis, W. T. (L.) 1905
Day, E. G 1904
Dearborn, J. W 1898
Decker, W. F 1879
Decrow, D. A 1879
Delano, E- W 1902
Derby, F. A. (Sh. Ph.) 1904
Devereux, R. S 1907
De Wolfe. R. W. (I,.) 1907
* Dike, J. E 1876
*Dike, W. O 1876
Dillingham, S. C 1898
Dinsmore, E. L 1905
Dinsmore, S. C 1903
Dolan, J. F. (L.) 1900
Dolbier, W. R 1906
Dole, A 1885
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Dolley, W 1898
Donnelly, J. A. (L.) 1906
Doolittle, H. E 1892
Dorticos, C 1903
Dorticos, P 1904
Douglass, F. L 1903
Dow, F. T 1890
Dow, H. K 1905
Dow, L. E , .1898
Downing, M. B ." . 1899
Doyle, F. E. (L.) 1906
Doyle, J. H. (I,.) 1905
Drew, A. W 1890
Drew, I. H ^99
Druery, E. J 1907
Drummond, H. F 1900
Drummond,, R. R 1905
Dunbar, 0. H. (L.) ."".'". 1906
Dunn, J. S 1900
Dunn, P. H. (L.) 1902
Dunn, R. 0. 1898
Dunton, H. D 1890
Dunton, 0. H .1882
Duren, H. E 1902
Durgan, G. W., Jr 1902
* Durham, C. F 1875
* Durham, L. T 1894
Dutton, 0. J 1885
Dyer, W. N 1903
Eastman, F. L 1888
Eaton, H. D 1900
Eaton, R. W 1873
Edgerly, J. W 1889
Edwards, D. J 1906
Edwards, L-N 1898
Eldridge, W. H 1902
Elkins, A. J 1877
Elliot, F. B 1880
Elliott, H. C 1906
Elliott, W. C 1902
Ellis, H. M 1907
Ellis, W. E 1895
Ellis, W. L .1898
Ellstrom, V. E 1903
Elms, J. W 1906
Elwell, C. C. (Hon.) 1890
♦Elwell, E. H 1888
Emery, A. T. (Miss.) 1877
Emery, F. E 1883
Emery, H. A 1906
Erskine, F. S. N 1907
Estabrooke, H. M 1876
Everett, C. S ." . 1903
Fagan, J. P. V 1907
Farnham, C. H 1897
Farrar, L. G. (Mrs. C. N. Buffum) 1898
Farrell, H. C 1896
Farrington, A. M 1876
Farrington, E. H 1881
Farrington, H. 1902
Farrington, H. P 1890
Farrington, H. R 1891
Farrington, M. E 1892
Farrington, O. C 1881
* Farrington, S. B.(Mrs.Merrill) . 1880
Farrington, Wallace R 1891
Farrington, William R 1891
Faunce, B. F 1901
Fenderson, F. D. (L.) 1899
Ferguson, J. S 1889
Ferguson, W. E 1879
Fernald, A. L 1883
Fernald, C. H. (Hon.) 1886
Fernald, C. W 1880
Fernald, G. E 1878
Fernald, H. C. (Mrs. J. A.Pierce) . 1884
Fernald, H. T 1885
Fernald, R. H 1892
Fernald, Reginald L 1899
* Fernald, Roy L 1896
Fernandez, G. L. (Miss) 1898
Fessenden, h. E 1902
Fickett, F. W -. 1880
*Fifield, F. V 1904
Findlen, T. M., Sh. P 1907
Fitzgerald, E. E. (Miss). 1901
Flanagan, J. H 1891
Flanders, F. L 1905
Flint, B. W. . . ." 1899
Flint, W 1882
Flynt, R. H 1904
Fogg, C. H 1881
Folsom, H. M 1901
Folsom, L. R 1895
Forbes, C. F 1906
Ford, L. H 1899
Foss, G. O 1876
Foss, H. C 1905
Foss, P. F. (I,.) 1900
Foster, A. B 1902
Foster, N. G. (L.) . . .- 1901
Foster, S. J 1903
Foster, W. H. (L.) 1905
Foubert, C. L 1905
Fowles, R. A 1905
Fox, L. E. (L.) 1906
Fraser, G. L. (Miss) 1901
Freeman, G. G 1889
Freeman, G. L 1903
French, C. F 1893
French, H. C 1902
French, H. F 1904
French, H. S 1886
French, J. E 1901
French, P. E 1905
Frost, C. A 1895
Frost, G. S 1898
Frost, W. O 1906
Fuller, G. R 1882
Gage, A. W 1903
Galland, J 1906
Galland, J 1907
Gannett, C. H 1893
Gardner, H. (Mrs. S. C. Dillingham)
(L. E.) 1897
Gardner, H. N. (L.) 1905
Garland, C. C
Garland, C. N
Gay, G. M
Geary, T. R. (L.)
Gerrish, H. (L.)
*Gerrish, W. H
Gerrity, H. V. (Miss) (Adv.) ....
Gibbs, B. (L.)
Gibbs, C. W
Gibbs, E. E
Gibbs, J. C
Gilbert, C. E
Gilbert, E. C
Giles, C. I
Glidden, E. G
Glover, P. H
Goodale, A. M
Goodale, L. F. (Hon.)
Goodrich, J. K
Goodridge, E. O
Goodridge, O. L
Goodridge, P. F
Goodwin, B. W
Goodwin, G. E
Goodwin, G. P
Goodwin, P. R
Gordan, H. L. (Sh. Ph.)........
Gorham, F. E
Gould, A. M.(Mrs. L.F.Goodale) .
Gould, B. F
Gould, F. G
Gould, G. P
Gould, H. P
Gould, J. F
Gould, S. W
Gould, V. K
Gowell, G. M. (Hon.)
Graham, H. L. (L.)
Graton, C. D. L
Graves, E. D
Graves, J. C
Graves, S. P
Gray, C. A
Gray, C. P
Gray, J. A
Green, C. S. (Mrs. W. J. Campb
Green, PI. H
Greenwood, E. E- (Hon.)
Grover, A. C
Grover, A. L
Grover, N. C 1890
Grover, O. h 1895
Grover, O. L 1897
Griggs, E. H. (Hon.) 1905
Gulliver, E. C 1905
Gurney, J. 1 1874
Haggett, E. R 1889
Haines, W. T 1876
Haines, W. T. (Hon.) 1900
Haley, H. D 1904
Haley, J. H. (L.) 1904
Hall, F. E. (Sh. Ph.) 1898
Hall, G. A 1894
Hall, H. A 1891
Hall, W. D 1907
Ham, J. C. (L.) 1904
Hamilton, A. G 1902
Hamilton, G. R. (Mrs. F. H. Bower-
man) (L. E.) 1895
Hamilton, H. F 1876
Hamlin, C 1891
Hamlin, E- (Miss) 1901
Hamlin, G. H 1873
Hamlin, G. 1900
Hamlin, H. P 1902
Hamlin, R 1898
Hamlin, R. G 1907
Hammond, G. E 1872
Hancock, W. J 1888
Haney, W. W 1899
Hanscom, G. L 1885
Hanson, H. H. (Adv.) 1906
Harding, B. E 1905
Hardison, A. C 1890
Harlow, C. B 1905
Harlow, E. T 1907
Harlow, F. H " . . 1906
Harris, M. H. (L.) 1906
Harris, P. H 1903
Hart, J. N 1885
Hart, M. C 1900
Hartford, E. G 1903
Harvell, J. P 1907
Harvey, B. T 1905
Harvey, C. C 1890
Harvey, C. D 1901
Harvey, J. E 1894
Harvey, L. H 190 1
Haskell, E.J 1872
Haskell, H. B. (Adv.) 1906
Haskell, N. P ...1876
Haskell, R i9°4
Haskell, R. W 1905
de Haseth, G. A 1895
Hasty, P. A. (L.) 1906
Hatch, E. E 1884
Hatch, H. A 19 00
Hatch, J. W 1888
Hayes, A. D 1894
Hayes, A. J i9°5
Hayes, CM 1899
Hayes, J. A 19 00
Hayes, S. H. T 1890
Hayward, G. E 1907
Heald, J 1878
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Healey, W. E 1892
Heath, E. F 1890
Herbert, T. C 1904
Hersey, G. A 1900
Hersey, G. W 1899
Hews, W. P 1906
Heyer, H. S 1899
Hicks, A. A. (Mrs. G. F. Black) . 1887
Higgins, H. A 1898
Higgins, R. E 1905
Hight, C. B. (Iv) 1904
Hill, G. H 1906
Hill, J. E 1884
Hilliard, E. K 1905
Hilliard, H 1872
Hilliard, J. H 1903
Hilton, G. L 1899
Hilton, H. A ... . . .1905
Hinchliffe, H. J 1903
Hinckley, F. A. (Mrs. J. W. Crowe)
Hine, T. W 1882
Hitchings, E. F 1875
Hobbs, F. A 1896
Hobson, E. E. (L.) 1900
Hodgdon, C. A. (Miss) 1906
Hodgkins, A. E 1907
Hodgkins, L. H 1907
Hofstead, H. O 1904
Holbrook, F. P 1907
Holden, W. C 1892
Holley, CD 1900
Holman, C. V. (L.) 1902
Holman, C. V. (Hon.) 1903
Holmes, E. R 1904
Holmes, F. E 1902
Holt, E. E. (Hon.) 1904
Holt, F. W 1873
* Holt, N. M. (Miss) 1879
Holyoke, W. L 1897
Hooper, E. G 1907
Hopkins, h. O 1905
Hopkins, R. T 1904
Horner, h. H 1900
Hosmer, F. P 1907
Houghton, A. D. (Hon.) 1897
How, E 1876
Howard, L. B 1906
Howard, W. R 1882
Howe, E. J 1901
Howes, C. L 1888
Hoxie, H. F 1899
Hoxie, H. H 1906
Hoxie, H. S 1906
Hoyt, A. L. (Sh. Ph.) 1903
Hoyt, HP 1901
Hubbard, P. W 1876
Huen, C. J. (Sh. Ph.) 1904
Hull, F. E 1885
Hunter, R. D 1874
Huntington, G. K 1905
Hurd, A.L 1882
Hurd, W. B . Sh. Ph 1905
Hussey, E. H 1907
Hutchings, E. (L.) 1900
Hutchins, W. 1907
Hutchinson, G. W 1893
Ingalls, A. T 1881
Jack, W. D 1893
Jeffery, G. W 1896
Johnson, B. R 1898
Johnson, C. H 1906
Johnson, E. A 1902
* Johnson, R. J 1881
Johnson, W. A. (I,.) 1905
Johnstone, Iy. I 1905
Jones, F. (L.) 1900
Jones, G. M. (Miss) 1906
* Jones, L. H. (Hon.) 1897
Jones, R. K 1886
Jones, S. M 1876
Jones, W. G 1901
Jordan, A. C 1904
Jordan, A. T 1894
Jordan, W. H 1875
Jordan, W. H. (Hon.) 1896
Jose, W. H 1894
Judge, T. F 1900
Judgkins, E. L 1907
Kallom, F. W 1902
Karl, H. L 1906
Kay, F. W 1905
Keegan, J. J. (L.) 1907
Keirstead, A. W. (Sh. Ph.) 1897
Keirstead, H. W 1907
Keith, A. J '. . .1882
* Kelleher, B. P 1883
Keller, P. R 1901
Kelley, B. V 1902
Kelley, E. H 1890
Kelley, J. G 1884
Kenniston, H. G. (L.) 1902
* Keyes, C. E 1890
Keyes, O. L. (L.) 1905
Keyes, P., Jr 1891
Kidder, E. E 1896
* Kidder, F. E 1879
Kilbourne, C. H 1891
Kimball, C. B 1904
Kimball, F. 1 1882
* Kimball, J. M 1894
Kingsbury, R. W. E 1904
Kingsland, E. B 1904
Kittredge, C. A 1903,
Kittredge, C. P 1893
Kittredge, J. R. (Sh. Ph.) 1904
Kittredge, R. B 1906
Kneeland, H. W 1902
Knight, O. W 1895
Knight, P. C 1902
Knowles, A. M 1904
Knowles, L. M (Mrs. R.J. Smith)
Knowlton, H. A 1907
Ladd, E. F 1884
Laliberte, J. A. (L.) 1906
Lambe, E. P 1907
Lambe, R. R 1907
Lancaster, A. B. (L.) 1905
Lang, A. A. (L.) 1904
Lang, C. L 1906
Larrabee, B. T 1904
Larrabee, G. P. (Sh. Ph.) 1900
Lawrence, G. W 1898
Lawrence, L- A 1904
*Lazell, J. D 1887
Learned, F. E 1905
* Leary, T. E 1904
Leathers, H. H 1900
Leavitt, H. E. (Mrs. W. Flint). .1890
Leavitt, N. L. (Mrs. F. R. Hill) 1889
Leighton, C. H 1904
Lekberg, C. H . . . 1907
Lenfest, E 1886
Leonard, H. H 1901
Lewis, A. A 1876
Lewis, H. M 1893
Libby, A. D. T 1898
Libby, A. S 1903
Libby, C. A. (Miss) 1881
Libby, F.J 1896
Libby, H. I 1898
Libby, M. D 1879
Lincoln, H. F 1888
Lincoln, H. M 1898
Linehan, D. T. (L.) 1905
Lisherness, E 1907
Little, L. E 1904
Littlefield, E. F. (L.) 1906
Locke, J., Jr 1878
Lockwood, J. F 1886
Lombard, C. H 1900
*Long, H. A 1876
Lord, A. R 1907
Lord, C. A 1904
Lord, H. (L.) 1 902
Lord, R. E 1906
Lord, R. W 1891
Lord, T. G 1888
* Loring, C. S 1879
Lothrop, L. R 1876
Loud, W. C 1903
Lougee, G. (L.) 1904
* Love, A 1900
Lovett, M. R 1906
Lowe, S. S 1902
Lowell, F. H 1901
Ludgate, V. (L.) 1900
Lufkin, G. W 1880
Lull, G. F 1886
Lunt, C. S 1884
*Lunt, J. C 1877
Lurvey, J. G 1900
Lyon, A. C 1902
McCarthy, M. (L.) 1900
McCarthy, P. E 1902
McClure, J. H 1905
McCready, J. H 1903
McCrillis, E. J. (Sh Ph.) 1897
McCrillis, W. G. (Sh. Ph.) 1897
McCullough, F 1894
McDermott, J. A 1905
McDermott, W. L 1906
McDonald, F 1900
McDonald, K 1907
MacDougal, W. E. (Sh. Ph.). . . . 1898
McGill, L. V. (L.) 1899
Mclntyre, H. F 1881
Mclntyre, W. D 1904
Mackay, J. D. (L.) 1900
Mackay, M. (L.) 1902
McKenzie, H. E 1907
MacLean, N. V. (L-) 1905
* McNally, H. A 1887
Macloon, E. H 1897
Maddocks, F. E 1907
Maddocks, H. L 1900
Maddocks, W. S 1905
Maguire, G 1892
Malloy, T. A 1907
Mann, E. J . . 1900
Mansfield, E. R 1899
Mansfield, F. A 1880
Mansfield, M. C. (Miss) 1907
Manson, R. H 1898
Manter, R. B 1896
Margesson, C. W 1902
Marr, L. H. (Sh. Ph.) 1906
Marston, F. L 1896
Martin, B. C 1901
Martin, C. H 1907
Martin, F. L 1901
Martin, H. S 1896
Martin, J. W 1895
Martin, L. A 1905
Martin, N. H 1876
Mason, C. A .1887
Matthews, A. A 1880
Matthieu, J. C 1907
* Maxfield, A. I. (Miss) 1903
May, J 1905
Mayo, E. D 1875
Mayo, H. P 1899
Menges, H G. . 1891
Merriam, W. H 1886
Merrill, D. T 1898
Merrill, E. C 1895
Merrill, E. D 1898
Merrill, F 1887
Merrill, G. P 1879
Merrill, G. P. (Hon.) 1889
Merrill, J. B. (L.) 1904
Merrill, J. F ■• . 1907
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Merrill, L- H 1883
Merrill, M. B 1901
Merrill, T. L 1891
Merrill, W. L 1900
Merritt, E. E 1886
Meserve, J. W 1879
Michaels, J. C. (Miss) 1883
* Miller, S. F 1888
Mills, C. H. (I,.) 1900
Mitchell, A. E .1875
Mitchell, A. G 1875
Mitchell, C. A 1901
Mitchell, C. B. (Sh. Ph.) ....... 1898
Mitchell, F. C 1900
Mitchell, F. H 1900
Mitchell, L- H 1905
Mitchell, R. L 1907
Monroe, E. R. (L.) .•_•.•••• 1907
Moody, C. J 1905
Moody, J. F. Jr. (L) 1907
Moody, P. R 1905
Moor, C. L 1881
Moore, A. h 1879
* Moore, F. L 1875
Monk, H. W 1904
Morell, W. B 1899
Morey, E. L 1890
Morey, W., Jr 1885
Morrill, E- N 1890
Morrill, W. J 1899
Morse, C. A 1879
Morse, W 1907
Morson, J. H. (L) 1903
Mosher, E. S. E 1899
Mosher, P. H 1902
Moulton, A 1895
Moulton, F. C 1891
Moulton, J 1885
Mudgett, U. G 1903
Mullaney, R. E 1903
Mullen, C. W 1883
Murphy, C. C 1893
Murphy, W. M 1895
* Murray, B. F 1881
Murray, E. P. (L.) 1903
Murray, H 1894
Murray, H. W 1880
Murray, W. A 1899
Nelson, J. E. (I/.) 1904
Nelson, W 1899
Newman, M. G 1907
Nichols, L. C 1906
Nickels, H. L 1907
Niles, H. L 1896
Noble, E. E. (L.) 1903
Norwood, Iy. 1894
Nowland, J. M. (Hon.) 1897
Noyes, F. A 1900
Oak, C. E 1876
Oak, J. M ...1873
Oakes, F. J 1878
O'Halloran, T. (IS) 1902
O'Halloran, T. H. (I,.) 1907
Olds, R. F 1906
Oleson, W. B. (Hon.) 1897
Olivenbaum, J. E . . . . 1904
Orne, S. B 1907
Osborn, E. W 1881
Oswald, H. H 1899
Owen, A. B 1900
Owen, G. S 1906
Owen, J. W 1890
Packard, H. E 1907
Page, A. D 1886
Page, A. S 1900
Page, W. R 1896
Paige, J L 1906
Paine, AT 1904
Paine, L. G 1885
Palmer, E. E 1899
Palmer, P. B 1896
Parks, G. D 1876
Parker, D. L. (Miss) (L. E.) 1895
Parker, E. A 1904
Patrick, S. E 1903
Pattangall, W. R. (Hon.) 1897
Pattee, C. J 1895
Patten, A. J 1897
Patten, F. R 1880
Patten, J. H 1882
Patten, T. M 1883
Patten, W. N 1891
Patterson, J. C 1878
Pearce, C. A 1898
Pearson, R. H 1904
Pease, C. T 1880
Pease, O. L 1881
Peck, L 1902
Peirce, H 1876
Peirce, V. J 1890
Peirce, W. B 1890
Pennell, A. J 1907
Pennell, C. W 1905
Perkins, C. A 1904
Perkins, D. H 1900
Perry, E. (Miss) 1906
Perry, L. S. (L.) 1907
Perry, T. B 1907
Philbrook, E. W 1907
Philbrook, W 1888
Phillips, C. L. (Hon.) 1888
Phillips, F. F 1877
Phillips, H. J. (L.) 1900
Philoon, D. h 1900
Phinney, A. L 1904
Pierce, H, (L.) 1900
Pierce, S. F 1907
Pierce, W. B 1890
Pike, G. W. (L.) 1906
Pillsbury, G. M 1890
Plaisted, H. M 1881
Plumstead, F. (L.) 1901
Porter, B. F 1897
Porter, CO 1900
Porter, E. A 1903
Porter, J. W. H 1897
Porter, K. B , 1904
Porter, R. H 1906
Potter, F. D 1879
Potter, P. (L.) 1903
Powell, M. F. (Miss) 1905
Powell, M. H. (Miss) 1899
Powell, M. L 1899
Powers, H. W 1883
Pressey, F. E 1902
Pretto, J. H 1899
* Price, A. W. (L.) 1900
Pride. E, P 1896
Prince, C E 1906
Pritham, H. C 1901
Purington, H. P 1907
Purrington, J. F 1880
Putnam, C. E 1883
Putnam, E. B. (L.) 1904
Putnam, V. A 1902
Quimby, J. H 1904
Quincy, F. G 1890
Quint, R. A 1907
Race, J. L. (Sh. Ph.) 1903
Rackliffe, C N 1902
Rackliffe, J. R 1890
Randlette, CM 1892
Randlette, J. W 1896
Rautenstrauch, W. (Hon.) 1903
Ray, LB 1886
Read, C A 1907
Record, L. S. (L.) 1905
* Reed, C E 1873
Reed, F. R 1876
Reed, F. R. Jr 1906
Reed, F. M 1882
Reed, F. P 1890
Reed, J 1889
Reed, L. J 1907
Reed, N. W. (Mrs. E. R. Jordan). 1889
Reemie, E. W. (Sh. Ph.) 1905
Reid, C H. (L.) 1903
Reynolds, H.J 1876
Reynolds, T. H 1906
Rice, M. C (Miss) 1902
Richards, E. R 1906
Richardson, A. W 1906
Ricker, P. L 1900
Ricker, W. J 1905
Riddle, H. C (Sh. Ph.) 1907
Ridge, R 1907
Riggs, L. W 1885
Ring, A. I. (Mrs. C J. Dunn) 1881
Ring,MX.(Mrs.H. H.Andrews) . 1881
Ring, V. M. (Mrs. D. O. Campbell)
Ritter, G. W. (L.) 1902
Robbins, C. A 1900
Robinson, A. H 1901
Robinson, A. M. (Mrs.A. R. Good-
win) (L.) 1900
Robinson, C. C (L.) 1905
Robinson, H. G 1895
Robinson, L., Jr 1883
Robinson, W. F. (Hon.) 1897
Robinson, W. H. (L.) 1902
Rogers, A 1897
Rogers, C W 1876
Rogers, D. N 1906
Rogers, E. G 1905
Rogers, L. A 1896
Rogers, L. W. 1875
Rogers, S. E 1888
Roix, W. R. (L.) 1906
* Rollins, C H 1900
Rollins, D. W 1907
Rollins, F. M 1895
Rollins, M. F 1895
Ross, E. B 1902
Ross, H. D 1906
Ross, M 1 901
Rowe, G. F 1893
Rumball, G. W 1894
Russell, F. L 1885
Russell, L. B . .„. 1900
Russell, M. R 1897
Russell, R. E 1902
Ryther, L- E 1898
St. Onge, W. J 1907
Sampson, A. H 1907
Sampson, C H 1904
Sampson, F. M 1905
Sands, R. G 1905
Sanford, J. F . Sh. Ph 1901
Sargent, P. D 1896
Sargent, W. J. (L.) 1900
Saunders, A. R 1887
Saunders, W. H. (Sh. Ph.) 1907
Sawtelle, F. W 1898
Sawyer, E. J 1906
Sawyer, F. W 1890
Sawyer, J. H 1904
Schoppe, W. F 1907
Schwartz, L. H. (L.) 1900
Scott, W. E 1904
Scribner, F. L 1873
Seabury, G. E 1888
Seabury, R. L 1905
Sears, C A 1887
Selkirk, R. W. (L.) 1902
Sewall, H. W 1902
Sewall, M. W 1875
*Shaw, A. J 1879
Shaw, G. M 1875
Shaw, O. J 1893
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*Shaw, S 1877
Shaw, W. J 1905
Sheahan, H. V 1903
Sheridan, L. M. (Mrs. A. B. Aubert)
(I,. E.) 1895
Sherman, R. S 1906
* Sidensparker, S 1899
Sikes, W. S. (Sh. Ph.) 1904
Silver, A. E 1902
Simmons, F. J 1906
Simmons, J. P 1906
Simpson, E. R 1896
Simpson, P. D 1903
Sinclair, K. A 1904
Sipprelle, J. E. (L.) 1904
Small, A. C 1898
Small, A. R 1904
Small, C. L 1899
Small, F. J. (L.) 1900
Small, F. L 1888
Small, L. T (Miss) 1904
Small, S. G 1903
Smalley, C. T. (I,.) 1905
Smith, CD 1905
Smith, D. F 1905
Smith, E. H 1900
Smith, E. M 1899
Smith, F. A 1888
Smith, F. A 1900
Smith, G. A 1898
Smith, H. A „ 1903
Smith, H. M 1893
Smith, Iy. C 1904
* Smith, R. L 1881
Smith, R. S 1906
Snell, R. M 1905
Snow, D. F. (Iy.) 1903
Snow, G. C 1882
Snow, M. S. (Miss) (Hon.) 1896
Snowdeal, A. (Miss) 1900
Soderstrom, G. L 1904
Soper, H. M 1903
Southard, F. D 1906
Southard, L. C 1875
Southard, L. C. (Hon.). 1904
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Sprague, A. P 1898
Sprague, A. W 1905
Stanley, H. A 1905
Starbird, A. A . 1898
Starr, J. A 1896
Starrett, A. P . .1882
Starrett, H. V 1891
Stephens, A. W 1899
Stephens, C. W 1902
Stetson, E. H 1907
Stetson, H. C 1907
Stevens, A. W 1907
Stevens, C. H 1887
* Stevens, F 1889
Stevens, F. L 1884
Stevens, F. 1906
Stevens, H. E 1897
Stevens, R. P 1898
Stevens, T. J 1877
Stevens, W. L ' ,. . 1876
Stevenson, J. B . (L,) 1900
Steward, J. W. .1891
Steward, S. J 1896
Stewart, F. C 1906
Stewart, G. T 1904
Stickney, G. W 1900
Stilphen, C. A 1902
Stinson, F. M 1899
Stone, C. W., Jr 1903
Stone, F. P .1877
Stone, W. E 1907
Stover, O.O 1899
Strange, E. M 1900
Strickland, R. E 1904
Strout, H. C 1900
Sturgis, E. A 1898
Sturgis, G. E 1877
Sturtevant, C. F 1887
Sturtevant, G. W 1881
Sutton, G. A 1883
Swain, J. H 1899
Swain, P. C. (Mrs.) 1899
Swan, C. B 1890
Sweet, C. A 1905
Sweetser, E. 1905
Swett, L. B. (L.) 1906
Swift, P. L . . , 1907
Taft, D. R. (Sh. Ph.) 1900
Talbot, F. W 1905
Talbot, J. R 1904
Talbot, R. F . 1907
Tarbox, G. R 1906
Tarr, R. D 1898
Tate, E. M. (Miss) 1907
*Tate, E. M 1900
Tate, F. F 1900
Tate, W. M. (Sh. Ph.) 1902
Taylor, A. G 1904
Taylor, C. N 1891
Taylor, E. W 1904
Taylor, H. S 1904
Taylor, L. W 1883
Taylor, R. E 1905
Taylor, T. F 1904
TebbetSj C. B 1907
Thatcher, H. D. T 1905
Thayer, H. B 1873
Theriault, D. I,. (I,.) 1900
Thomas, B. M 1905
Thomas, CD 1895
Thomas, E. D 1872
Thomas, H. A 1905
Thomas, L. A 1905
Thombs, G. W. (L.) 1903
Thombs, W. B 1902
Thomes, E. C. . . . 1905
Thompson, F. E. (L.) 1900
Thompson, G. E 1891
Thompson, S. D 1901
Thurlough, H. H. (L.) 1902
Timberlake, S. M 1892
Todd, F. H 1882
Tolman, F. S 1892
Tolman, G 1896
Tolman, W. R 1898
Toner, E. L 1907
Totman, A. W 1907
Towne, C. E 1877
Towse, A. R 1903
Trafton, E. E . 1905
Trask, F. E 1887
Trask, O. W 1905
Treworgy, I. E 1903
Tripp, W. E 1878
True, E. S 1902
Tucker, J. V 1904
Turner, R. Iy i9°4
Twombly, S. S 1886
Tyler, J. A 1892
Upton, E. C 1897
Urann, M. L 1897
Valentine, W. A 1891
Varney, L. G 1901
Veazie, M. M 1899
Vickery, G. S 1889
Vinal, P. A. (Mrs. A. White). . . . 1879
Vinal, R. P. (Miss) (L. E.) 1896
Violette, N. I,. (I,.) 1903
Vose, C. T 1887
Vose, F. H 1900
Wade, F. S 1881
Waldron, W. L. (Adv.) 1906
Waker, E. C 1878
Walker, P 1896
Wall, E. L. (L.) 1905
Wallace, C. J 1890
Wallace, J. G 1906
Walton, R. D. (Sh. Ph.) 1898
Ward, T. H 1901
Warren, G. O 1879
Warren, J. C 1902
Washburn, W. F 1907
Waterhouse, W. H. (L,.) 1 900
Watson, A. M 1902
Watson, E. L 1901
Watts, C. E. (Hon.) 1903
Watts, F. E 1901
Weatherbee, A. W. (L.) 1902
* Webb, H. S 1887
* Webb, H. S. (Hon.) 1896
Webb, W 1875
Webb, W. S 1890
Webber, M. F. (Miss) 1906
Webber, W 1884
Webster, C. S 1898
Webster, E. C 1882
Webster, F. E 1900
Webster, F. H 1904
Webster, H 1879
Webster, I. E 1877
Webster, J. M 1893
Webster, O. C 1878
Webster, W. B. (Sh. Ph.) 1899
Weeks, C. W 1905
Weeks, J. W 1877
Weeks, N. E. (Mrs. Iy. Spencer) . 1877
Welch, W. E 1898
Wentworth, M. B. (Mrs. C. O. Perkins)
Wescott, A. C 1899
Weston, B. T 1900
Weston, C. P 1896
Weston, G. 1872
Weston, W. A 1900
Weymouth, A. P 1906
Weymouth, F. E 1896
Wheeler, A. F 1902
Whipple, A. L 1904
Whitcomb, B. D 1896
Whitcomb, J. 1900
White, A 1905
White, A. H. (Hon.) 1897
White, C. H. (Sh. Ph.) 1897
White, F. M. (Sh. Ph.) 1907
White, F. O 1905
White, H. 1, 1898
* White, M. E 1889
White, R. H 1903
* White, W. A 1881
Whitmore, A. A 1906
Whitney, G. A 1893
Whitney, H. D 1903
Whittemore, G. A 1898
Whittier, A. C 1905
Whittier, C. C 1899
Whittier, R 1902
* Wight, R. H 1890
Wight, W. A 1882
Wiley, M. C 1903
Wilkins, G. B 1896
Williams, B. F 1907
Williams, C. S 1890
Williams, D. S. (L.) 1900
Williams, H 1893
Williams, J. H 1876
Williams, J. S 1887
Wilson, E. J i9°7
Wilson, F. P. (I,.) 1900
* Wilson, J. B 1881
Wilson, J. D 1907
Wilson, M. F 1889
Wilson, N. E 1888
Winn, G. H. (L.) 1903
Winslow, J. T (I/.) 1905
Wiswell, C. G 1898
Witham, h. C 1907
Wood, E. B 1894
Woodbury, S. E 1901
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Woods, C. D. (Hon.) 1905 Wyman, A. P 1907
Woodward, D. C 1882 Wyman, L. A 1881
* Work, E. A 1875
Wormell, R. G 1901 York, V. J 1907
Worcester, G. H. (L.) 1905
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